On January 25, 1915, AT&T completed the first transcontinental telephone call in the US, after completing the challenging stretch from Denver to San Francisco.
This is the third time that AT&T has added unlimited calling to Mexico in its different plans. The company previously brought it to World Connect Value and its subisidiary Cricket Wireless.
In 1915, Alexander Graham Bell and assistant Thomas Watson again teamed up for a historic phone call, this one from New York to San Francisco.
The carrier previously charged 1 cent a minute to wireless and landline numbers in Mexico.
The only catch? The phone is currently out of stock online, though Microsoft promises it will be available for Black Friday.
Sprint, meanwhile, pulls up the rear among the major wireless carriers. Among non-contract carriers, the top ranking goes to Virgin Mobile.
AT&T names veteran executive Thaddeus Arroyo CEO of the new Mexico City-based leadership team for Iusacell.
AT&T exec Ralph de la Vega also says he expects customer turnover to remain near record-low levels in the current quarter.
The plan was aired in response to President Obama's request to the Federal Communications Commission for tougher broadband regulations. Now the FCC wants details.
CEO Randall Stephenson weighs in on President Obama's call for tighter rules on broadband providers. He also talks up AT&T's big bet on Mexico.