AT&T has revamped their AT&T World Connect $5 monthly international calling package to offer unlimited calls to Mexico. The news comes just days after AT&T got approval from the Mexican government for a $2.5 billion acquisition of Iusacell, Mexico's third-largest cellular carrier.
Said AT&T Mobility Chief Marketing Officer David Christopher:
"We're always looking for opportunities to show our appreciation to our customers. Mexico is the most frequently dialed country among our wireless customers—and now they can call as much as they want with our enhanced World Connect Value package."
The remainder of the AT&T World Connect plan remains unchanged, offering reduced calling rates to the rest of the world for $5-a-month per line.
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