Family Talk customers with plans of .99 or more could select up to ten numbers which any person in the Family Talk plan can call as much as they want.
Effective September 1, 2011, the A-List feature is no longer available to new consumer and IRU customers.
AT&T Wireless was then legally renamed New Cingular Wireless Services.
Shortly after, new commercials were shown with the "AT&T" transforming into the Cingular logo, and with the Cingular logo's text turned blue to acknowledge the change.
Among these services that AT&T aggressively promotes is its Rollover Minutes service, which allows customers to keep unused minutes from month to month on a twelve-month rolling cycle on its popular nationwide plans.
Beginning in July 2007, AT&T allows its AT&T Unity plan users to have Rollover, a service which was exclusive to the Nation plans.
With the exception of Pacific Bell and Bell South Mobility DCS, the digital network consisted of D-AMPS technology.
The Pacific Bell and Bell South Mobility DCS networks used GSM technology on the PCS frequency band (1900 MHz).
Originally known as Cingular Wireless from 2000 to 2007, a joint venture between SBC Communications and Bell South, the company acquired the old AT&T Wireless in 2004; SBC later acquired the original AT&T.
AT&T also launched video share in 2007, in which a mobile caller can stream live video from one phone to another over the 3G network with video share capable phones.
This allows one mobile phone user to view video from another user's camera through the mobile phone in real time.
Unlimited data plans may be speed throttled after 22 GB of data have been used.
Within AT&T's 21-state landline footprint, other AT&T services are offered at the AT&T retail stores, including signing up for home phone, internet, and U-verse.
Some of the companies that comprised Cingular, such as Bell South Mobility, ceased to exist when they were legally merged into the operating company subsidiary AT&T Wireless PCS, which was New Cingular Wireless PCS.