Sprint was the first carrier to introduce mobile to mobile and last year AT&T had a variation of it in some major markets. Starting tomorrow any current or new AT&T subscriber with qualifying voice and unlimited text messaging plan will be eligible for AT&T’s plan which they are calling “mobile to any mobile”. Qualifying messaging plans are the $20 unlimited text messaging plan for individuals and the $30 unlimited messaging plan for families.
Sprint rolled out any mobile any time in September 2009 after research told them that mobile phones call more mobile phones than any other kind of phone. Sprint pairs this plan with it’s Everything Data plan.
AT&T recently announced a new found love for Android. It’s been rumored that there will be a dozen or more Android handsets released by AT&T with the HTC Inspire 4G leading the pack AT&T’s flagship Android device will be the Motorola Atrix 4G which is reported to be available on March 6, 2011.
Source: Fierce Wireless