AT&T Offers New Canadian Calling Plan

Posted: Nov 10 2009, 8:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:22pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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AT&T has announced a new calling plan for customers in the US that call Canada frequently. The plan is called Nation with Canada and FamilyTalk with Canada. AT&T says that Canada is one of its most popular international calling destinations.

Benefits of the new plan include no international long distance charges for wireless calls between the US and Canada. The plan gives users anytime and 1,000 nights and Weekend minutes to use between the two countries.

Unused minutes from the plan will roll over monthly so they don’t get lost. Nation Plans with Canada start at $59.99 monthly with FamilyTalk with Canada Plans starting at $89.99 for two lines of service. This may be the perfect plan for calling all those Olympic athletes you know that will be in Canada for the winter Olympics in January.

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