AT&T’s acquisition of Mexican wireless provider Iusacell is already paying dividends for customers. The carrier announced Tuesday that it will offer its customers unlimited calling from the United States to Mexico.
According to a press release, AT&T will offer the feature as part of its International calling plan.
David Christopher, AT&T Mobility’s chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility, said AT&T is always looking for ways to improve its service.
“Mexico is the most frequently dialed country among our wireless customers—and now they can call as much as they want with our enhanced World Connect Value package,” Christopher said in a statement.
The World Connect Value package is $5 a month per line and offers unlimited calling to Mexico at no additional charge, as well as low-rate calling from the U.S. to over 225 countries.
The moves comes after AT&T on Friday announced that it had officially closed its $2.5 billion deal to acquire Iusacell’s licenses, network assets, retail stores and almost 9.2 million subscribers.