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AT&T 1-800 Number Service Review

Plan   All-In-One
Free Trial   No
Monthly Fee   $15.00
Annual Payment Discount   $0.06/minute
Activation Fee   Free
Included Minutes   0
Overage Rate   $0.07
866, 877, 888 Number   Free
800 Number   Free
Vanity Number   Free
Port Numbers?   Yes
Keep Your Number?   Yes
Fax Compatibility   No
Voicemail   No
Phone System Features   No
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Plan Reviewed: All-In-One

Pros

  • Reliable phone service
  • Excellent customer service

Cons

  • No minutes included
  • No phone system features
  • Requires an existing account with a land line and all the associated fees

Conclusion

In order to get a 800, 888, 877 or 866 number through AT&T, you must also have local phone service through AT&T as well. In addition to the cost of the phone line, there is a fee of $15 for the All In One package. AT&T charges $0.07 per minute used on top of your payment. There are no virtual phone system features included with the All In One package. You might be able to obtain features like voicemail or an email fax function for an additional fee through your local service plan.

Although AT&T is significantly more expensive and restrictive than other 800 number providers, their service is extremely reliable and they have excellent customer service.