04-20-2012 10:10:40 AM
I just installed AT&T Microcell at home because I have very poor reception. Since I'm home 95% of the time and my cell is going through Microcell, if I make calls or receive calls from another AT&T member, will this still be freed (unlimitted wireless to wireless within AT&T network) or the minutes will be deducted when ever I am on Microcell?
If someone from another Provider such as Verizon but has unlimitted wireless to wireless (even with different Providers), will this still be freed or it will be counted?
I don't use Cell often and I have the cheapest plan, if Microcell won't be considered as cell phone (but land line or VOIP), then I would be in trouble.
04-20-2012 01:03:42 PM
The Microcell is treated as if it were just another cell on the AT&T network. Think of it as making and receiving calls anywhere else with your cell phone. All terms and conditions of your contracted plan apply unless you purchased the unlimited Microcell calling plan.