.25 cents a minute versus .10 cents a minute? The difference?
I used to have Cellular One prepaid at .15 cents a minute. When AT&T bought Cellular One, they upped my rate to .25 cents a minute and it's been like that for about three years. I could not go with a competitor because there are no other carriers where I live.
It is a straightforward plan: .25 cents a minute for calls (even when someone calls me and hangs up without leaving a message!), and .20 cents for each text. I am not a heavy user of either except in occasional spurts when I travel now and again. I don't use any other services (mostly because I don't understand them and what they will end up costing me, so I keep it simple).
Since my account was rolled over to AT&T, they started advertising a .10 cents a minute plan, but I am still paying .25 cents a minute. Can anyone tell me the difference between the two plans, or why I am still paying so much more?