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    Selling your AT&T rollover minutes?

    I've got about 4000 and more with each month. Any possible way to sell these?

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    "Rollover® Minutes are not redeemable for cash or credit and are not transferable."

    Direct quote from ATT Wireless Service Aggreement

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    Crap. What a waste. Maybe if I leave my phone one for the next couple days...

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    If you have that many RO minutes, you should drop to a lower plan. However, you will lose any RO minutes in excess of your anytime minute allowance when you do this. For example, if you drop to the 900 minute plan, you can only keep 900 of those 4000 RO minutes. The other 3100 vanish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmstrong
    Crap. What a waste. Maybe if I leave my phone one for the next couple days...
    I think it's going to take at least 3 months of talking at the lowest rate plan, even longer on rate plans with more minutes. It took me about the same amount of time to use all 3,000 rollover minutes and the 450 minutes my plan normally comes with. Just be careful, overages will bite you if you're not paying attention.

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    I have the 39.99 450 plan plus i have the 7pm n/w option. Every few months i'll remove the 7pm feature to use up some of my anytime RO minutes that have been saved up.

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    Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry8300/4.2.2 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/102)

    I don't know what plan you're on, but if your saying that you have 4000 total or 4000 every month (the wording was confusing) then I would do what awj223 suggested and switch to a different (lower) plan. You sound like you're on the wrong plan. Rollover is beneficial only if you have sporadic call patterns from month to month. If you're religiously consistent then it's practically useless.

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    I don't think you can "sell" your R/O but a "donation" to my account would sure be nice.
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    Sometimes the bonus minutes cover all usage (coupled with weekend usage and mobile-to-mobile) and you end up rolling over all your minutes. I have 700 bonus minutes so long as I stay with ATT, and I have over 5,000 roll-over minutes (on the 450 monthly minutes plan). Oh well.

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    I have a ton of rollover minutes too but I am also on the lowest minute plan. I don't talk on the phone much, maybe 100 minutes or so per month. Most is texting, email, and internet with the BB plan. I too wish I could get credit for them or sell them because they are useless to me.

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    Question is this possible?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ced91071
    I don't think you can "sell" your R/O but a "donation" to my account would sure be nice.
    i mean, the transfering RO minutes to say a family member outside of your plan. i.e. other accounts ?
    (\__/)
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    Quote Originally Posted by me4tux
    i mean, the transfering RO minutes to say a family member outside of your plan. i.e. other accounts ?
    Rollover minutes cannot be transferred under any circumstance.
    Don't make me turn this car around.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmstrong
    I've got about 4000 and more with each month. Any possible way to sell these?
    I hope that question was a JOKE.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by celluser7
    I hope that question was a JOKE.....
    We can only hope so.

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    any way to swap those rollover minutes for Advaantage Miles?

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