AT&T Prepaid Phone Card / pricing is not what it seems to be
I bought an AT&T Prepaid phone card at Walmart, that said 1, 000 minutes in large numbers for $40.00 and discovered, as I used it that I did not actually have 1, 000 minutes. On back of the card, in small print, it gives the actual rates for instate calls, which was, for Florida, 5 minutes for every minute used. Some other states varied from actual time to 8 minutes per one minute call. As far as I am concerned that is fraudulent. It should not have stated 1, 000 minutes, but rather the true amount of minutes on front of the card. I am very disappointed that Walmart would be caught up in such a scam. I have been a customer since they first opened in Boca Raton quite a few years ago. This is definitely a turn off. I'll probably start taking my business to Super Target, which is just about as close to my home as Walmart is.
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