Current customers will soon be able to call any mobile number, regardless of carrier, for a flat rate of $10. The new feature does not require a contract, and can be added or removed from a particular plan at will.
This is great if you're planning on making more calls for a specific time period, like when on a business trip and don't want the incurred expense for calls to other mobile carriers. You can then remove the unlimited calls add-on when you don't need it any more.
The new feature is set to be introduced in the United States and Puerto Rico on April 4th.
It's B'S. Your $10 call will mysteriously cut off after 10mins, then you'll need to dial again (at an additional $10 of course)
How big is India compare to the whole US? Think about the coverage needed in US vs. India, how many cell sites / antennas are needed? If you think India is cheap, in HK one can pay for US$9 for 1700 mins with unlimited 3G (not HSDPA) data. ...
@Mobistarman "The new feature does not require a contract, and can be added or removed from a particular plan at will."