|SunCom launches Mobile-to-Anyone feature|
Posted: 01-Mar-2006 [Source: SunCom]
[SunCom answers the question "Who will your 10 be?" with launch of Mobile-to-Anyone feature allowing customers to choose 10 people on their calling list to enjoy unlimited calling to and from--including other wireless providers and landline numbers in the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. ]
SunCom Wireless customers can now enjoy unlimited calling to the 10 people who matter most, regardless of wireless provider or type of phone line. Today, SunCom Wireless announces the industry's first Mobile-to-Anyone(SM) feature, answering consumer questions about the company responsible for a slew of non-branded TV, newspaper and billboard ads featuring the question, "Who will your 10 be?" The ads generated a great deal of excitement and prompted calls to some media asking about the origin and purpose of the ads.
With SunCom Mobile-to-Anyone(SM), customers choose the 10 people who matter the most to them in the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and enjoy unlimited calling to and from those numbers. Even if the phone number is with another wireless provider or a landline number, SunCom Mobile-to-Anyone(SM) makes it possible for customers to make and receive unlimited calls to and from the 10 numbers.
Customers are allowed to make changes to any or all of the people on their calling list once per billing cycle by calling SunCom Customer Care at 1-800-SUN-SERV or by visiting www.suncom.com.
SunCom Mobile-to-Anyone(SM) applies to all calls made from or received within the coverage area of the customer's plan. On regional plans, customers can call to or receive calls from their designated numbers while they are within the SunCom region. While outside the region, normal roaming charges will apply. If customers choose a national plan, they can call to or receive calls from these numbers anywhere nationwide.
By adding the SunCom Mobile-to-Anyone(SM) feature, customers pay just $10 a month for regional calling (SunCom Regional Plans) or $15 monthly for national calling (SunCom America Plans). Toll-free and premium numbers (877, 800, 900, etc.) and directory assistance are not included. The 10 numbers chosen can be anywhere in the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands regardless of the customer's plan. However, the caller must be in their plan's coverage area when they make or receive a call for it to count as an unlimited Mobile-to-Anyone(SM) minute.
A list of restricted area codes and numbers is available at www.suncom.com.
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