AT&T Introduces All in one Wireless, Wired Bundle Under $100 for Small Businesses

AT&T released what is being referred to as the “All for Less” plan for small businesses. Included in the “All for Less” plan is wireless service, high speed internet, and unlimited local and long distance service. The cost is under $100 a month.

The plan is available for small businesses with one to four lines of service. It will include 450 minutes of wireless service each month on AT&T’s wireless network. Businesses will also have high speed internet service included in the plan.

The internet service will include a variety of speeds. So finding one right for your business will not be an issue. You will get 11 email accounts, business class technical support, and AT&T Wi-FiSM connectivity at more than 20,000 hot spots. There will also be an all in one protection suite for certain tiers.

Small businesses taking advantage of the new “All for Less” plan will get unlimited local calling with caller ID and call forwarding. Long distance will include unlimited domestic calling.

This is a great way for small businesses to cut costs. If you are interested visit att.com/AllForLess .

AT&T to Launch New Satellite Phone Next Year

AT&T and Terrestar have announced a new phone coming out early next year. The phone will work off of the usual cell phone towers and when service is not available from the towers it will switch to Terrestar’s satellite service.

The phone will be a smart phone named Genus. Features will include a 2.6-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi, Blue-tooth, GPS, a 3-megapixel camera, 100MB internal storage, micro SD card slot (maximum 16GB), and Windows Mobile 6.5.

The new phone will also come loaded with a VOIP program and Microsoft Office and Outlook mobile. The service area will include the continental United States, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Territory waters.

The price of the new satellite phone has not been announced yet. It doesn’t look like it’s going to be cheap though. Users will have to sign up for the data and voice service and pay extra for the satellite service. There is also going to be roaming charges for the satellite service.

The first users of the new satellite phone will be businesses, first responders, government, and enterprise. They are working on a similar service for individual users.