NEW: AT&T Launches Wireless Home Phone Device in RI
Friday, September 27, 2013
“Our AT&T Wireless Home Phone service has been very popular since we introduced it last year because customers have enjoyed saving money and getting more flexibility on their home phone service,” said Steve Krom, vice president and general manager, AT&T New England. “Now we’re bringing those same perks to your home Internet service by integrating it into an all-in-one device. AT&T Wireless Home Phone and Internet is a great option, especially for customers who may live in areas where only slower home broadband services are offered.”
Here’s what customers will receive:
- Affordable, unlimited nationwide home phone calls. Customers make calls using their existing home phone equipment and number on the AT&Twireless network instead of a landline connection.
- Ultra-fast 4G wireless Internet. Customers can connect up to 10 Wi-Fi devices such astablets, smartphones, and laptops to the nation’s fastest and now most reliable 4G LTE network** all from the same small, tabletop 4G LTE device.
- A home connection that travels with you. AT&T Wireless Home Phone and Internet is mobile so you can take it on-the-go to other locations in the United States.
- Easy self-installation. Set up takes only minutes, and the device is ready to use as soon as you plug it in.
Plans and Monthly Fees
Wireless Home Phone and Internet customers can add their device for $30 a month to a Mobile Share plan with unlimited nationwide calling and 10 gigabytes (GB) or more of shared data. Individual data packages start at $60 a month for 10 GB of data, with voice plans available to add the home phone line to an existing FamilyTalk plan for $9.99 per month or to choose unlimited nationwide calling for $20 per month.
The AT&T Wireless Home Phone and Internet equipment is free with a two-year commitment, for a savings of $199.99.
AT&T Wireless Home Phone and Internet is available at local AT&T retail stores. For more information, visit www.att.com/wirelesshome.
AT&T will also offer the new service in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Virginia, Washington D.C., West Virginia.
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