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    Is at&t voiceinfo free (instant alibi)?
    I am a new at&t wireless customer so please forgive my very basic questions. I understand that "voicedial" (through the at&t network) is with a monthly charge, however, is at&t's "voiceinfo" service really free? The website seems to indicate that it is. More specifically, is (and found on the voiceinfo site) the "instant alibi"  feature, also no charge? If reasonably used, this seems like a useful service but I want to be sure that I will not be charged any additional fee. I do realize that I will be using my regular minutes to make these calls. Thanks for any additional help or information that anyone can provide!

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    kleinias wrote:
    I am a new at&t wireless customer so please forgive my very basic questions. I understand that "voicedial" (through the at&t network) is with a monthly charge, however, is at&t's "voiceinfo" service really free? The website seems to indicate that it is. More specifically, is (and found on the voiceinfo site) the "instant alibi"  feature, also no charge? If reasonably used, this seems like a useful service but I want to be sure that I will not be charged any additional fee. I do realize that I will be using my regular minutes to make these calls. Thanks for any additional help or information that anyone can provide!



    Yes, it's free.  It will only use airtime.

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    Thanks for the info.

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