What does AT&T charge for extended nights and weekend for a family plan?

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  1. Barbs
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    The option that allows your nights and weekends to start at 7PM instead of 9PM.

    Thanks!
     
  2. abijnk
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    These kinds of questions really should be answered by AT&T or at an AT&T forum. But for the sake of completeness: Link
     
  3. cWeems
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    the question is... why not?

    the goal of a business is to make money, not give everything away.
     
  4. abijnk
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    Uh, what? :confused:
     
  5. Barbs
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    gee thanks why didn't I think of that :rolleyes:

    I know that a single plan is $8.99 to add early nights and weekends. But I can not find anything about family plans. Anyone that has this for a family plan could you please post what you pay.

    I DO NOT CURRENTLY HAVE A PLAN TO GO TO MANAGE MY ACCOUNT AND SEE.
     
  6. abijnk
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    Did you even go to the link????? It says it right there!!!
     

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  7. aristobrat
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    If you haven't been to that page before, it asks you for your zip code, or asks you to sign in to your account.

    Maybe the OP didn't understand the page?
     
  8. abijnk
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    Exactly. So if it is available in your zip code it will show you the price. I didn't include a hard coded zip since it might not be available everywhere.
     

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