cingular question

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  1. vietkangta

    vietkangta New Member

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    cingular has the mobile to mobile feature like many other services so that if both party had cingular you can talk for free.

    But does at&t and cingular fit into that mobile to mobile deal. I know at&t merged with cingular, but is that feature still there? I have a friend who still has the at&t sim card and i have the cingular sim card and was wondering if we still get that mobile to mobile deal.
     
  2. kaps

    kaps :lurk: OT Supporter

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    I do. Does your friend get an AT&T bill or Cingular?
     
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    vietkangta New Member

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    i am not sure. How do i find out? cuz i dont want to be talking on the phone and find out we cant do mobile to mobile and get a bill up my ass.
     
  4. jmechy

    jmechy Calmer then you are.

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    i'm fairly certain that until you switch to cingular, AT&T accounts don't have free mobile to mobile.
     
  5. kaps

    kaps :lurk: OT Supporter

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    the second they announced the merge I could talk to my AT&T friends for free if they met the $40+ monthly charge. The next month they got Cingular bills. I heard that some parts of the country are still AT&T, other smaller carriers, the reason I asked what bill he recieved, ask them to call up 611 and find out
     
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    zennoodle ...hmm must've misplaced my socks

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    If you are a cingular customer and call a former at&t phone, it is considered mobile-to-mobile.
     
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