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    Default ATTENTION ALL ATT cellphone users ....

    They are now offering free unlimited mobile to mobile to ANY wireless carrier in the US. You need to call to get it added to your plan.

    The only requirement is you have unlimited texting for an individual line or family texting for your family plan.

    They also removed the requirement for texting on their Quick Messaging Devices

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    Saw this little post on Engadget for all you ATT users.

    Well, would you look at that. A day after the Verizon iPhone goes on sale to the general public, AT&T is dishing out 1000 free rollover minutes to all of its customers. The catch? None that we know of -- the wireless company apparently just wants to thank all of its awesome customers for, you know, not making the switch to some other carrier with Apple's smartphone. Simply text "yes" to 11113020 to be awarded the talk tokens -- which will probably just pile up on top of the thousands you've undoubtedly already accumulated. Too bad they can't prevent dropped calls.

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    1000 free rollover minutes? Oh boy! Who exactly does that benefit? .001% of iPhone users? :P

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    Doesn't Sprint offer free wireless-wireless with any carrier with out opting in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homer Simpson View Post
    Doesn't Sprint offer free wireless-wireless with any carrier with out opting in?
    maybe...but then you'd be on Sprint
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    Might switch over to Sprint from Verizon. I am going to check for coverage when my buddy comes over next month, and I can get a 25% disc on Sprint.

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    This just keeps getting better and better. 1 more reason I'll never buy another Apple product.

    In case you weren't aware, Apple's newly launched App Store subscriptions aren't sitting so well with everybody. While the functionality could of course be a boon to services that have struggled getting paying customers, folks who have already been doing just fine, thank you very much, are balking at the new restrictions Apple has imposed. Rhapsody has issued a statement, which says that it's not going to play ball and even levels a bit of a threat: "We will be collaborating with our market peers in determining an appropriate legal and business response to this latest development." The big trouble stems from the fact that Apple requires anybody offering a subscription service to offer that service for the same price or less through Apple. That means you can still sign up folks through your own methods and get all the cash, but if anybody signs up through your app, Apple gets a 30 percent cut. In addition, Apple is no longer allowing applications to include a link to an external site for purchasing, which means vendors will have trouble getting new users to pay them directly instead of using Apple's simple but heavily-taxed option. Rhapsody claims that it can't offer its services at existing prices with Apple grabbing that much of the revenue, and it sounds like Rhapsody will be leaving the App Store soon if an agreement isn't struck.

    Of course, this is just the shiny surface of the dirt Apple's new policies have scuffed up, and we might even have an antitrust case on our hands, according to the Wall Street Journal. Check out the more coverage link for more on that, and follow after the break for Rhapsody's statement in full.

    Rhapsody is the leading digital music subscription service in the U.S.,with 750,000 subscribers. Music fans can access the service using free apps from any Internet-connected device, be it on an Android, Sonos, Tivo, BlackBerry, iOS or personal computer. Today, Rhapsody subscriptions are available for purchase exclusively via Rhapsody.com.

    Rhapsody offers a content-based subscription service that makes millions of tracks available to fans pursuant to longstanding partnerships with thousands of rights holders, all of which then distribute revenues to artists and other creators.

    Our philosophy is simple too – an Apple-imposed arrangement that requires us to pay 30 percent of our revenue to Apple, in addition to content fees that we pay to the music labels, publishers and artists, is economically untenable. The bottom line is we would not be able to offer our service through the iTunes store if subjected to Apple's 30 percent monthly fee vs. a typical 2.5 percent credit card fee.

    We will continue to allow consumers to sign up at Music, Downloads, Music Videos, Lyrics and Photos - Rhapsody from a smartphone or any other Internet access point, including the Safari browser on the iPhone and iPad. In the meantime, we will be collaborating with our market peers in determining an appropriate legal and business response to this latest development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homer Simpson View Post
    Might switch over to Sprint from Verizon. I am going to check for coverage when my buddy comes over next month, and I can get a 25% disc on Sprint.
    If 4g is a requirement you need then I would hold back on switching over to Sprint.

    Sprint evaluating switch to LTE over the next four to six months -- Engadget

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    Quote Originally Posted by gokingsgo View Post
    This just keeps getting better and better. 1 more reason I'll never buy another Apple product.
    So, if you had a shop selling shoes... and another guy came to you and said "hey, I want to sell shoes at your store"... wouldn't you want a cut out of his earnings? What's with the uproar about this crap? Nothing's free.

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