"Mike Jacoubowsky" <MikeJ@ChainReaction.com> wrote in message
> Strange text msg a few days ago; AT&T sent a message saying "You're a
> valued AT&T customer. We'd like to add 1000 bonus Rollover minutes to the
> mobile account ending in XXXX. There's no cost of obligations to yuo. It's
> our way of syaing thank you. To have your minutes added, reply "YES" by
> Between the four iPhones on our account, we have never in 3 years used up
> the shared 700 minutes in our plan, and accumulate a pretty healthy
> surplus of rollover minutes. So perhaps this is just smart cost-free
> feel-good marketing on their part?
> --Mike-- Chain Reaction Bicycles
Might not have even been from AT&T. It might have been someone trolling for
"good" phone numbers to spam texts to or to sell to telemarketers.
You could always call AT&T direct and find out if they are sending out any