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Terms to AT&T Nation GSM Plans:

Discussion in 'Western US Wireless Forum' started by Nylo, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. Nylo

    Nylo New Member

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    I cant believe how many people do not read this. So, here it is.

    Terms Applicable to AT&T Nation GSM Plans:

    GSM dual-band handset required. Wireless service is subject to credit approval. An early termination fee of $175 applies. Some dealers impose additional fees. If phone is returned within 3 days, activation fee will be refunded. If phone is returned within 30 days in like-new condition with all components, early termination fee will be waived. All other charges apply. Minutes will be depleted according to usage in the following order: Night and Weekend Minutes, Mobile to Mobile Minutes, Anytime Minutes and Rollover Minutes.

    Minute Increment Billing and Usage:

    Airtime and other measured usage are billed in full-minute increments, and actual airtime and usage are rounded up to the next full increment at the end of each call for billing purposes. AT&T charges a full-minute increment of usage for every fraction of the last minute used on each wireless call. Calls placed on networks served by other carriers may take longer to be processed, and billing for these calls may be delayed. Those minutes will be applied against your anytime monthly minutes in the month in which the calls appear on your bill. Unanswered outgoing calls of 30 seconds or longer incur airtime.

    Pricing/Taxes/No Proration:

    Final month's charges are not prorated. Prices are subject to change. Prices do not include taxes.

    Activation Fees:

    $36 Activation Fee for each new line. AT&T does not guarantee availability of the network.

    Nights and Weekends:

    Nights are 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Weekends are 9:00 p.m. Friday to 6:00 a.m. Monday. Included long distance calls can be made from the 50 United States, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands to the 50 United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands. Roaming charges do not apply when roaming within the service area of land-based networks of the 50 United States, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands (if you go to Guam and Northern Mariana Islands, you are roaming). International long distance rates vary. Additional charges apply to services used outside the land borders of the U.S. and the included territories. AT&T reserves the right to terminate your service if less than 50% of your usage over three consecutive billing cycles is on AT&T-owned systems. Customer must (1) use a AT&T GSM dual-band handset programmed with AT&T's preferred roaming database; (2) have a mailing address and live in the immediate geographic area in which subscription is made.

    Caller ID Blocking:

    Your billing name may be displayed along with your wireless number on outbound calls to other wireless and landline phones with Caller ID capability. Contact customer service for information on blocking the display of your name and number. You may be charged for both an incoming and an outgoing call when incoming calls are routed to voicemail, even if no message is left. In the event that the conditions of the Plan as described above are violated, AT&T may move subscriber to another calling plan or terminate customer's service. Additional Terms and Conditions apply. See Wireless Service Agreement for additional conditions and restrictions.

    Rollover Minutes:

    Rollover Minutes accumulate and expire through 12 rolling bill periods. Bill Period 1 (activation) unused Anytime Minutes will not carry over. Bill Period 2 unused Anytime Minutes will begin to carry over. Rollover Minutes accumulated starting with Bill Period 2 will expire each bill period as they reach a 12 bill period age. Rollover Minutes will also expire immediately upon default or if customer changes to a non-Rollover plan. If you change from one rollover plan to another rollover plan, any accumulated Rollover Minutes in excess of the new plan's number of monthly Anytime Minutes will expire upon such change. If you migrate a single line to a FamilyTalk plan, or should a subscriber join a FamilyTalk plan for which your line is the primary line, any accumulated Rollover Minutes for all lines included in the new FamilyTalk group's Rollover Minutes in excess of the monthly Anytime Minutes for such group shall expire upon such change. Rollover Minutes are not redeemable for cash or credit and are not transferable. Night and Weekend and Mobile to Mobile Minutes do not carry over.

    Mobile to Mobile Minutes:

    Mobile to Mobile Minutes may be used when directly dialing or receiving calls from any other AT&T phone number from within your calling area. Mobile to Mobile Minutes may not be used for interconnection to other networks.

    VoiceDial:

    Regular airtime charges apply. Mobile to Mobile Minutes do not apply. Calls to 911, 411, 611, 711 and international dialing cannot be completed with VoiceDial Services. Caller ID cannot be blocked. Caller ID will be delivered on all calls, even if you have permanently blocked your name and number. To terminate VoiceDial Services without incurring charges, dial 611 from your wireless phone within the 30-day trial period.

    Connecticut Customers:

    Questions About Your Service: If you have any questions or concerns about your service, please call Customer Care at: 1-800-331-0500 or dial 611 from your wireless phone. If you are a Connecticut customer and we cannot resolve your issue, you have the option of contacting the Department of Public Utility Control (DPUC): Online: www.state.ct.us/dpuc; Phone: 866-381-2355; Mail: Connecticut DPUC, 10 Franklin Square, New Britain, CT 06051.
     
  2. Fred333

    Fred333 Junior Member
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    Thanks for the nice reading material.
     
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    BillRadio Wireless Consultant
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    What makes you think they will be more likely to read it here? Might this better be posted in the AT&T forum?
     
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    If you are going to post something like this, the roaming clause should probably be posted too:

    If your usage of the Services (including unlimited data plans) on other carriers' wireless networks ('offnet usage') during any two consecutive months exceeds your offnet usage allowance, AT&T may at its option terminate your wireless service or access to data Services, deny your continued use of other carriers' coverage, or change your plan to one imposing usage charges for offnet usage. Your offnet usage allowance is equal to the lesser of 6 megabytes or 20% of the kilobytes included with your plan and for messaging plans the lesser of 3000 messages or 50% of the messages included with your plan. AT&T will provide notice that it intends to take any of the above actions and you may terminate your agreement.

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