AT&T Provides a Cost-Effective Way for Customers Aged 65-Plus to Keep In Touch
AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) today announced a new wireless calling plan designed to meet the needs of consumers aged 65 and older. The new AT&T Senior Nation 200 plan offers senior customers an easy and cost-effective solution to stay in touch with friends and family on the nation’s largest wireless network.
AT&T’s new plan includes 200 Anytime Minutes, 500 Night & Weekend Minutes and unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling to more than 65.7 million AT&T subscribers for a $29.99 monthly access fee. The plan offers the perfect wireless option for those whose wireless lifestyle no longer requires large bundles of minutes.
“AT&T provides service plans that focus on customer value, competitive pricing and convenient ways of keeping in touch,” said Andy Wilson, vice president of wireless consumer marketing. “A voice package designed specifically for seniors helps make friends and loved ones across the country seem closer.”
“Today’s seniors are active and technically savvy, so having mobile communication options is important to them,” said Kristin Fabos, SeniorNet executive director. “We are pleased that companies such as AT&T are developing plans for seniors that enable them to affordably stay connected to their communities, including family, friends, children, grandchildren and physicians, for medical monitoring purposes.”
The Senior National 200 plan is available today. Consumers have a wide variety of traditional consumer handsets to choose from. Proof of age is required at point of sale.
For the complete array of AT&T service plans, visit www.att.com.
Rate Plan Details
|Night & Weekend minutes||500|
|Mobile to Mobile minutes||Unlimited|
|One-time activation fee||$36.00|
|Contract length||2 years|
- Three-Way Calling
- Call Forwarding
- Caller ID
- Call Waiting
- Basic Voice Mail – Airtime minutes may be charged for accessing voicemail via your phone
- Long Distance