CHANGING RATE PLAN

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CHANGING RATE PLAN

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Hi, Right now I have the Family Plan w/ the 1400 min,  since everyone texts so much we really don't need the 1400 min (I have over 4000 in rollover min at this time) . I wanted to go down to 900 min, but see that its no longer offered, only the 700 min for family plan & I think that may be TO little. I was told that ATT has plans that they don't always advertise, does anyone know if its true? Any idea-goal is to lower monthly min & save few bucks in the process. Any thoughts, or know of anything? Let me know, thanks-

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don't forgot that with the new $30 unlimited messaging plan you get unlimited minutes to ANY mobile phone. so the 700min plan should be fine

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I want to add the $30 unlimited messaging/email/data plan to our family plan. Does that mean we will share this and I can cancel the 200 minute messaging plan we have on our 3 phones where I pay $5 for each line?
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flight-II-user wrote:
I want to add the $30 unlimited messaging/email/data plan to our family plan. Does that mean we will share this and I can cancel the 200 minute messaging plan we have on our 3 phones where I pay $5 for each line?

For $30, all the lines in the family plan get unlimited text messages and multimedia messages. Data and email is not included. You would need individual data plans for each line for that. If you do decide on the family messaging plan and you have a large enough cellular plan, 69.99 or higher, I would strongly recommend the family messaging plan with unlimited mobile to any mobile calling. It is the same price and allows all lines to call any cell phone on any carrier at any time without using anytime minutes.

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