AT&T says Thank You iPhone Customers

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  1. hookbill

    hookbill Premium Member
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    The people who didn't jump ship last week and flock to Verizon as anticipated were rewarded today by receiving an SMS text saying they would get 1000 additional roll over minutes by simply replying yes to their text. This is going out to their current iPhone subscribers.

    Since we are a Droid Forum I'm not going to put this in the news section, however I did find it interesting. 1000 roll over minutes is pretty sweet.

    Source: CNET
     
  2. kevsgroove

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    Yes it is. I enjoyed the rollover minutes when I was with AT&T. And was disappointed to find Verizon didn't offer them when I switched 5 years ago.
     
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    Only iPhone got the minutes? If I were a BB or Droid owner on AT&T I would jump ship and let AT&T know why. My money is as good as those who use the iPhone.:icon_evil:
     
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    ATT caters to the almighty itoy.

    1000 minutes is all? Big deal.
     
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    I say Verizon does need to get their act together and start the free time at 7 instead of 9 during the week and rollover minutes should be offered. I'm mean really.
     
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    most people on ATT that actually have rollover minutes dont even use them before they expire in 90 days.
     
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    Too bad they never have good enough service to use those roll over minutes :icon_ nana:
     
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    What's the point of roll over minutes that keep dropping calls? ;)

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    I don't know why people would choose to stay with ATT, their coverage blows compared to Verizon. I travel extensively and found out the hard way.

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