MSDOS Comands

Once in a blue moon, the ability to control windows from the command line simplifies the (not so user-friendly) GUI/visual maze  that is the Windows OS.  For instance, if I wish to reset to network settings (e.g. switching back from VPN to my ISP), I can type:

netsh winsock reset catalog 

This command will rebuild network settings from scratch: by resetting the socket which manages the TCP/IP.   This can be used to handle network problems (browser problem, IP address related problems, etc …).    Here’s a command by command explanation (taken from burrowowl)

  • netsh: this is a Windows utility that allows one to display or change network settings locally or remotely. The first part of this command simply tells Windows which utility you wish to use; the rest of the command consists of arguments to this utility.
  • winsock: this argument to the “netsh” utility specifies the context for the command. We want to affect the winsock implementation of the Windows system we’re running the command on, as we suspect that something spooky has been corrupted there. Another context that could have been specified here instead would be “ip.”
  • reset: this argument is an instruction within the previously-specifies context and subcontext means what it says, to reset to default. An example of another instruction that could have been specified here would be “show.”
  • catalog: this is an argument to the “reset” instruction telling the netsh utility what we would like to reset, specifically the winsock catalog. The winsock catalog can be thought of as a list of software that has been inserted into your TCP/IP. By resetting this listing, you are reasserting which background widgets should be handling your networking tasks.

Since a simple, single command such as the one above can be helpful, I decided to look for some of the most commonly used MSDOS commands, for future reference.

MSDOS Commands (Taken from RDWeb)

MS-DOS (Microsoft Disk Operating System) is a command line user interface, and although not commonly used today, it was the main operating system for the PC-compatible platform in the 1980s. After its launch in 1981 several versions of MSDOS were released up until Microsoft stopped developing it in 2000.

The following table displays the most common MSDOS commands. Although fairly comprehensive, the list is non-exhaustive and some of these commands are now defunct and/or may not work with your particular DOS version or Windows Command Line.

DOS Commands | Descriptions

Command Description
ANSI.SYS Reassigns keys, alters display graphics, and cursor movement
APPEND DOS looks at other directories when file editing/running commands
ARP Displays, removes, adds arp info from network devices
ASSIGN Assigns a drive letter to an alternate drive
ASSOC Views file associations
AT Schedules a time to execute programs or commands
ATMADM Lists addresses and connections seen by Windows ATM call manager
ATTRIB Displays/changes file attributes
BATCH Recovery console command that executes commands in a file
BOOTCFG Recovery console command that allows view/modify/rebuild boot.ini  
BREAK Enables/disables CTRL+C
CACLS Views, modifies file ACL’s
CALL Calls a batch file from another batch file
CD Changes directories
CHCP Supplements International keyboard/character set info
CHDIR Changes directories
CHKDSK Checks HDD running FAT for errors
CHKNTFS Checks HDD running NTFS for errors
CHOICE Specifies listing of multiple options within batch file
CLS Clears screen
CMD Opens command interpreter
COLOR Changes foreground/background colour of the MSDOS window
COMMAND Opens command interpreter
COMP Compares files
COMPACT Compresses/uncompresses files
CONTROL Opens Control Panel icons from MSDOS prompt
CONVERT Converts FAT to NTFS
COPY Copies files to another location
CTTY Changes computer’s input/output devices
DATE Views or changes system date
DEBUG Debug utility creates assembly programs/modifies hardware settings
DEFRAG Rearranges HDD to help with loading programs
DEL Deletes files
DELETE Recovery console command that deletes a file
DELTREE Deletes files and/or directories
DIR Lists directory contents
DISABLE Recovery console command to disable system services/drivers
DISKCOMP Compare disks
DISKCOPY Copies contents of one disk to another
DOSKEY Views and executes commands that have previously run
DOSSHELL Graphical user interface to assist MSDOS users
DRIVPARM Enables overwrite of original device drivers
ECHO Displays messages and enables/disables echo
EDIT Views/edits files
EDLIN Views/edits files
EMM386 Loads extended Memory Manager
ENABLE Recovery console command to enable/disable service, driver
ENDLOCAL Stops localization of environment changes enabled by SETLOCAL
ERASE Erases files
EXIT Exits from command interpreter
EXPAND Expands Windows files to original format
EXTRACT Extracts files from Windows cabinets
FASTHELP Displays MSDOS commands lists and info about them
FC Compares files
FDISK Utility to create partitions on HDD
FIND Searches for text within a file
FINDSTR Searches for text string within a file
FIXBOOT Writes a new boot sector
FIXMBR Writes new boot record to disk drive
FOR Boolean used in batch files
FORMAT Command to erase/prepare disk drive
FTP Command to connect/operate on FTP server
FTYPE Displays/modifies file types used in file ext associations
GOTO Moves a batch file to a specific label/location
GRAFTABL Shows ext characters in graphics mode
HELP Displays a listing of commands and explanation
IF Allows batch files to perform conditional processing
IFSHLP.SYS 32 bit file manager
IPCONFIG Network command to view network adapter settings/assigned values
KEYB Changes keyboard layout
LABEL Changes disk drive label
LH Loads device driver into high memory
LISTSVC Recovery console command that displays services/drivers
LOADFIX Loads program above first 64k
LOADHIGH Loads device driver into high memory
LOCK Locks HDD
LOGON Recovery console command to list installations/enable admin login
MAP Displays device name of drive
MD Command to create new directory
MEM Displays system memory
MKDIR Command to create new directory
MODE Modifies port/display settings
MORE Displays one page at a time
MOVE Moves files from one directory to another
MSAV Early Microsoft Virus scanner
MSD Diagnostics utility
MSCDEX Utility used to load and provide access to CDROM
NBTSTAT Displays protocol statistics/current TCP/IP connections using NBT
NET Updates, views, fixes network/network settings
NETSH Configures dynamic/static network info from DOS
NETSTAT Displays TCP/IP network protocol statistics/info
NLSFUNC Loads country specific info
NSLOOKUP Looks up IP address of a domain/host on a network
PATH Views/modifies computer’s path location
PATHPING Views/locates locations of network latency
PAUSE Batch file command to stop the processing of a command
PCPARK Parks HDD heads to enable safe shutdown – used on early versions
PING Test/send info to another computer, network or network device
POPD Changes to directory/network path stored by PUSHD command
POWER Conserves power with computer portables
PRINT Prints data to printer port
PROMPT Views/changes MSDOS prompt
PUSHD Stores directory/network path in memory for future reference
QBASIC Opens QBasic
RD Removes empty directory
REN Renames file/directory
RENAME Renames file/directory
RMDIR Removes empty directory
ROUTE Views and configures Windows network route tables
RUNAS Enables user to remote execute a program on another computer
SCANDISK Runs scandisk utility
SCANREG Scans registry/recover registry from errors
SET Changes one variable/string to another
SETLOCAL Enables local environments to be altered without global affect
SETVER Changes msdos version to trick older dos programs
SHARE Installs support for file sharing/locking capabilities
SHIFT Changes position of replaceable parameters in batch program
SHUTDOWN Shutsdown computer from the DOS prompt
SMARTDRV Creates disk cache in conventional memory/extended memory
SORT Sorts input and displays output to screen
START Starts separate window in Windows from MSDOS prompt
SUBST Substitutes a folder on computer for another drive letter
SWITCHES Removes/adds functions from MSDOS
SYS Transfers system files to drive
TELNET Telnet to another computer/device from prompt
TIME Views/modifies system time
TITLE Changes title of MSDOS window
TRACERT Visually view network packets route across a network
TREE Views visual tree of HDD
TYPE Displays contents of a file
UNDELETE Undeletes deleted file
UNFORMAT Unformats HDD
UNLOCK Unlocks HDD
VER Displays version info
VERIFY Enables/disables feature to see if files have been correctly written
VOL Displays volume info about designated drive
XCOPY Copies files, directories, and/or drives from one location to another

ATT Wireless Feature Codes

After using the ATT feature code U200 successfully in Sep 2008 on two lines, I decided to post a summary of feature codes here as well.  These feature codes can give your additional free minutes or text messages.  Moreover, they may allow you to save some money by downgrading your feature add-ons.  Use at your own discretion, YMMV.  Good luck!

ATT Wireless Feature Codes (Taken from Howard Forums)

Bonus Minute Codes

  • BM250 (Shows expired in 2005; Many Customer Service reps have been warned about this one.)
    • 250 Bonus Minutes
    • Business/FAN Account (CARE or Telegance) [see Notes for Market area description]
  • BM350 (Shows expired in 2004 + requires Retention Dept. Manager overide)
    • 350 Bonus Minutes
    • Business/FAN Account (CARE or Telegence)
  • CMG5(CARE Market’s Only…. Will add in Telegance but does not actually credit minutes)
    • 50 Bonus Minutes
    • CARE Market
  • Y100 (Shows expired in 2004 + requires Retention Dept. Manager overide)
    • TELEGENCE market: 500 bonus minutes
    • CARE market: 100 bonus minutes
  • Y200(Shows expired in 2005; Many Customer Service reps have been warned about this one.)
    • 200 Bonus Minutes
    • CARE Market
  • U200(Shows expired in 2005; Many Customer Service reps have been warned about this one.)
    • 200 Bonus Minutes
    • Telegance Market
  • AIRRM50(Shows expired in 2005; Many Customer Service reps have been warned about this one.)
    • 50 Bonus Minutes
    • Telegance Market

Text Message Only Codes

  • CLL2 (Will drop off account if you do not have a specific college or university FAN on your account. If you have a university or college FAN you may be okay but may be dropped at bill cycle. Try and see)
    • 200 Bonus SMS Per Month
  • MSG3
    • Messaging Unlimited Messaging Unlimited includes any combination of domestic text, instant (IM), picture or video messages as unlimited
    • $20
  • MSG1
    • Messaging Starter AT&T Messaging Starter includes any combination of text, instant (IM), picture or video messages totaling up to 200 messages, additional messages are 10 cents each.
    • $5
  • BM1000 (code changed to BMG1000 or BMJ1000)
    • 1,000 Texts @ 9.99 per month (1,000 in/out texts)
    • all markets – nationwide
  • BIM03 (Expired in 2006)
    • 100 SMS $0.00!
  • JOP9
    • 1,000 Texts @ 19.99 per month (1,000 in/out texts)
    • all markets – nationwide
    • TELEGENCE markets
  • INTT
    • International Long Distance Text Messaging International Long Distance Text Messaging allows customers a cost effective way to send messages from the US to their family and friends overseas.
    • The packages includes 100 message that can be sent to over 140 countries.
    • $9.99
  • TJ11
    • International Long Distance Text Messaging International Long Distance Text Messaging allows customers a cost effective way to send messages from the US to their family and friends overseas.
    • The packages includes 50 message that can be sent to over 140 countries.
    • $9.99
  • MUX1 (Blocks MMS Messaging excext ones from AT&T)
    • Admin-only MMS
  • NW1S
    • 200 SMS/MMS @ $4.99 per month
  • TMS4
    • 1500 B2B SMS @ $8.99 per month (FAN Account’s Only)
  • TMS3
    • 250 B2B SMS @ $3.99 per month (FAN Account’s Only)
  • TJ02
    • 1,000 SMS @ $19.99 per month
  • TJ03
    • 25 SMS @ $1.99 per month
  • TJ05
    • 100 SMS @ $4.99 per month
  • TJ07
    • 300 SMS @ $9.99 per month
  • TJ09
    • 1000 SMS @ $19.99 per month
  • MJ03
    • 10 MMS @ $2.99 per month
  • MJ05
    • 20 MMS @ $4.99 per month
  • TMI-6
    • 400 Text messages (incl. MMS & IM) for $6.00 per month
  • TMX1 (Blocks SMS Messaging excext ones from AT&T)
    • Admin-only text messages
  • MSG4
    • Family Talk Messaging Unlimited UNLIMITED Text, Picture, Video and Instant Messages for up to 5 lines on a Family Talk Voice Plan.
    • All lines on plan recieve the benefit (one charge for 2-5 lines)
    • $30
  • MP1M
    • Messaging Starter @ $4.99 + Unlimited M2M Messaging @ $5 Messaging Starter with M2M -Includes $5 UNL AT&T 2 AT&T Text, Pics, & Video Msgs + $4.99 Messaging Starter (200 Text, Pics, Video & Instant Messages). Additional messages are $0.10
    • $9.99

Media Packages

  • MB1M
    • Media Basic Bundle @ $9.99 + Unlimited M2M Messaging @ $5
    • Includes $5 Unlimited M2M (AT&T to AT&T) Texting, Pics, & Video Msgs + $9.99 MEdia Basic (400 Text, Pics, Video & Instant Msgs; & 1 MB MEdia Net Usage for Internet, Mobile Email, Downloadables, & CV – $0.10/add’l msg & $0.01/add’l KB
    • $14.99 per month
  • MB3M
    • Media Max 200 @ $19.99 plus Unlimited M2M messaging @ $5
    • Includes $5 Unlimited M2M (AT&T to AT&T) Texting, Pics, & Video Msgs + $19.99 MEdia Max 200 (200 Text, Pics, Video & Instant Msgs; & UNL MEdia Net Usage for Internet, Mobile Email, Downloadables, & CV – Additional messages are $0.05
    • $24.99 per month
  • MB6M
    • Media Works Bundle @ $14.99 + Unlimited M2M Messaging @ $5
    • Includes Unlimited M2M (AT&T to AT&T) Texting, Pics, & Video Msgs + $14.99 MEdia Works (1500 Text, Pics, Video & Instant Msgs; & 5 MB MEdia Net Usage for Internet, Mobile Email, Downloadables, & CV – $0.05/add’l msg & $0.01/add’l KB
    • $19.99 per month
  • MB7M
    • Media Max 1500 @ $29.99 plus Unlimited M2M messaging @ $5
    • Includes $5 Unlimited M2M (AT&T to AT&T) Texting, Pics, & Video Msgs + $29.99 MEdia Max 1500 (1500 Text, Pics, Video & Instant Msgs; & UNL MEdia Net Usage for Internet, Mobile Email, Downloadables, & CV – Additional messages are $0.03
    • $34.99 per month
  • MEBB
    • Media Bundle Basic: 200 messages, 1 MB data
    • $9.99 per month (replaced by MBR1 below)
  • MBO1
    • Media Bundle Basic: 400 messages, 1MB Data
    • $10.00 per month (replaces MEBB, incl. twice as many TMs for same price!)
  • MBR2
    • Media Works Bundle: 1500 messages, 5 MB data
    • $15.00 per month (replaced by MBR6)
  • MB02
    • Media Max 200 Bundle Media Max 200 Bundle includes 200 messages – messages can be Text, Picture, Video or Instant (IM) – and unlimited Media Net and unlimited AT&T Video. Additional messages are $0.05.
    • $19.99 per month
  • MBR6 (NEW! MBO2 is the SAME plan for old AT&T Blue/Cingular customers!)
    • Media Works Bundle: includes 1500 messages – messages can be Text, Picture, Video or Instant (IM) – and 5 MB of Media Net. Additional messages are $0.05 and additional Media Net usage is 1 cent per kilobyte.
    • $14.99 per month (replaces MBR2, incl. 500 more TMs for same price!)
  • MBR7
    • Media Max 1500 Bundle Media Max 1500 Bundle includes 1500 messages – messages can be Text, Picture, Video or Instant (IM) – and unlimited MEdia Net and unlimited AT&T Video. Additional messages are $0.03.
    • $29.99 per month
  • MBR8
    • MEdia Max Unlimited
    • UNLIMITED Text, Picture, Video, and Instant Messages, MEdia Net & AT&T Video, and Mobile to Mobile (M2M) Messaging
    • $39.99 per month
  • MEW1
    • MEdia Works, 1500 SMS, 200 MMS, Unlimited Data
    • $19.99 per month
    • Feature Status: No longer available, discontinued Feb 2005. Only exists as grandfathered feature on accounts that signed up for it when it was offered. Replaced by Media Max.
    • Some people report still being able to get MEW1 added to their FAN account. Worth a shot since it has unlimited data, at $10 less per month than MBR7 and $20 less per month than MBR8!
  • MN09
    • Media Net 1 MB Media Net Pay per Use includes 1 MB of Media Net usage, additional usage is 1 cent per KB, 1 MB = 1024 KB (Kilobytes)
    • $4.99

Other Codes

  • 4EON
    • Off-Net Alpha Tag
    • $0.00 N/C per month
    • allows a customer’s phone to display Off-Network when in non-AT&T areas and “AT&T” when on a AT&T owned network. Adding the code will NOT affect the customer’s calling experience nor will it impact billing in any way.
    • all markets – nationwide
  • RUN7 DEAD (No longer registered in AT&T system)
    • FREE 7pm N/W
    • CARE markets
  • NAP1
    • NORTH AMERICA PLAN!
    • YES, FOR FRIGGIN’ ORANGE….

Paid Minutes Codes

  • M2M10002
    • 1000 M2M Minutes $9.99
  • M2M50001
    • 5000 M2M Minutes $19.99
  • M2M50002
    • 5000 M2M Minutes $9.99
  • M2M5001
    • 500 M2M Minutes $4.99

Roadside Assistance

  • RD30 Roadside Assistance With 30-Day Free Promotion Roadside Assistance offers customers 24-hour emergency assistance such as towing, battery, flat tire, fuel delivery and lockout service. The service follows the handset. 1st month is free, afterwards customer will be billed $2.99 per month. $0.0
  • RDAS ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE $2.99

Unsorted no-charge

  • WXP1 WLESSINTEXP PAY PER USE $0.0
  • IMS APN FEATURE 3GMM $0.00
  • CALL FORWARDING N/C DBZC $0.00
  • NO LONG DISTANCE WHILE ROAMING CNRT $0.00
  • AT&T NATIONWIDE TOLL FREE CNTF $0.00
  • CALL WAITING N/C CWNC $0.00
  • DIRECT BILL CHARGES N/C DBC0 $0.00
  • FREE DETAIL BILL FFDB $0.00
  • NO ANSWER TRANSFER FNAT $0.00
  • OFF-NETWORK ROAM GS79 $0.00
  • CALLER ID-NC IDNC $0.00
  • INTL DIAL_ROAM ALLOW IRXN $0.00
  • BASIC VOICEMAIL-N/C LBV2 $0.00
  • /UNLIMITED EXPANDED M2M-N/C MM1E $0.00
  • /5000 NIGHT/WKND MINS CTH NWE2 $0.00
  • /450 ANYTIME MINS TA08 $0.00
  • /ANYTIME MIN ROLLOVER TARO $0.00
  • /NATION GAIT/GSM TNGA $0.00
  • THREE PARTY CALL N/C TPNC $0.00
  • UPGRADE TRACKING CODE UPGT $0.00
  • DATA VOLUME DETAILED BILLING WXDB $0.00
  • BVM0 BASIC VOICEMAIL $0.0
  • DBZC DETAILED BILLING NC $0.0
  • FCNR CALLER ID BLOCK $0.0
  • FDB0 DIRECT BILL $0.0
  • FNDB NO DETAIL BILLING $0.0
  • MFM1 MOBILE TV FREE MONTH $0.0
  • MU01 PAY PER USE MMS $0.0
  • NBO1 NBO ADJ TRACKING1 $0.0
  • NBO2 NBO ADJ TRACKING2 $0.0
  • NBO3 NBO ADJ TRACKING3 $0.0
  • NBO4 NBO ADJ TRACKING4 $0.0
  • NBO5 NBO ADJ TRACKING5 $0.0
  • TMI1 TEXT MSG PAY PER USE $0.00

Blackberry Data plans?

  • BIA1 Blackberry Personal Plan (Unlt’d Data) Addon to Voice $29.99
  • CBW3 BBRY 4MB $34.99
  • KRB3 PDA Connect for BB Connect 4 Mb Add-on (Non-RIM Dev) $34.99
  • TBW3 BM BBRY4MB $34.99
  • TBW4 BM BBRYUNL $44.99
  • SCW4 Blackberry Enterprise Unlt’d Data Addon to Voice $44.99

Misc data plans

  • PDVU PDA Unlimited data – Add on to Voice PDA Unlimited data – Add on to Voice enables internet browsing and internet email access for PDAs $39.99
  • ZC13 Data Connect 10 MB – Add On Data Connect 10 MB – Add On – enables internet browsing and internet email access for PDAs and Laptop PC cards (up to 10 MB of data, $.006 per kilobytes for overage). $24.99
  • KRB4 PDA Enterprise Unl for BB Connect bolt-on (Non-RIM devices) PDA Enterprise Unl for Blackberry Connect bolt-on (Non-RIM devices) $44.99
  • DBSA Smartphone MAX – Voice Add On with Unlimited M2M Messaging Smartphone Max includes unlimited data usage (email, MEdia Net, internet browsing) plus 1500 messages (text, picture, video, and instant messages) and unlimited M2M messaging. Additional messages are $.03. Use with Smartphone plans with voice. $34.99
  • BNUN Smartphone Connect UNL – Add On Smartphone Unlimited data – Add On – enables internet browsing and internet email access for Smartphones (includes Xpress Mail). $19.99
  • BP08 Smartphone Connect 5MB – Add On Smartphone 5 MB – Add On – enables internet browsing and internet email access for Smartphones (up to 5 MB of data, $.01 per kilobytes for overage). $9.99
  • DBSM Smartphone MAX – Voice Add On Plan Smartphone MAX includes unlimited data usage plus 1000 messages that include text, picture, video, and instant messages. $29.99
  • XCR0 Xpress Mail for Media Net & Data Connect (except unlimited) Xpress Mail for Media Net & Data Connect (except unlimited) allows access to your work e-mail and contacts – in real time – from your wireless handset, PDA, Smartphone or Laptop Modem card. $4.99
  • ZCUE Laptop Connect Unlimited $74.99
  • ZC13 Data Connect 10 MB – Addon $24.99
  • ZCUF Laptop Connect Unlimited $59.99
  • ZC1W Data Connect 10 MB with Wifi $64.98
  • ZCUW Data Connect Unlimited with Wifi $94.98
  • XCR0 Xpress Mail for Media Net & Data Connect (except unlimited) $4.99
  • MNUN MEDIA NET UNLIMITED $19.99
  • ZC3W DATACONNECT5MBWIFI $59.98

Device Insurance

  • WIN4 (or WPINS)
    • LockLine (now Asurion) Insurance Wireless Phone Insurance includes replacements for lost, stolen or accidentally damaged phones in addition to out-of-warranty mechanical or electrical failure.
    • $4.99

Mobile TV

  • MFB1
    • MOBILE TV LIMITED $12.99
  • MFB2
    • MOBILE TV BASIC $14.99
  • MFN1
    • MOBILE TV PLUS $29.99

still unsorted

  • 911M
    • 911 SERVICE FEE $0.90
  • RCRF
    • REGULATORY COST RECOVERY CHARGE $1.25
  • ILWC
    • AT&T WLD CONNECT $3.99
  • SMCA
    • CORRIGO $1575 FEE $1575.0
  • SMCB
    • CORRIGO $1050 FEE $1050.0
  • SMCC
    • CORRIGO $525 FEE $525.0
  • TN30
    • TELENAV ROUTES 10 $5.99
  • TN31
    • TELENAV ROUTES UNL $9.99
  • ZCUU
    • DTCNWIFIUNL $79.98
  • RGB1
    • Video Share 25 min 4.99
  • VSC1
    • Video Share 60 min 9.99
  • VSC2
    • Video Share unlimited 9.99(care only i think)
  • VSC3
    • AT&T Answer Tones AT&T Answer Tones allows customers to replace the ringing sound that callers to their cellular phone hear with a song, quote or joke.
    • Customers sign up for $0.99 per month and then pay $1.99 per answer tone downloaded.
    • $0.99
  • DBVD
    • Detailed Billing Detailed Billing lists monthly call records such as numbers called, call durations, times and dates, airtime, and long-distance. Customers can also have calls sorted by phone number or date for quick reference when managing their account online. $1.99
  • LVE3
    • Enhanced VoiceMail Enhanced Voice Mail provides customers greater flexibility in managing voice messages than what is possible with the Basic Voice Mail product. Greater storage capacity and advanced features. $1.99
  • VADP
    • Voice Dial MVoiceDial with VoiceClip allows customers to use voice to call or SMS contacts.VoiceClip is a voice message you can record & send to 1 or more people w/out ringing their phone. A SMS is sent to their phone with details on how to listen to the message $4.99

Notes

CARE is used primarily on the east coast, while Telegence is in the west and central markets. When a feature code (primarily bonus minutes) is marked with a “BM” as the first two characters of the code – this indicates that the specific code is for BUSINESS MAJOR accounts (and not available to regular consumer accounts).

Customers have been known to be able to add both Care and Telegence codes on there account so there may not be a difference with the system merge. Notes added to some codes in this Wiki as: (Appears To No Longer Show In ATT’s System but does not mean don’t try) Changes made by sharkzfanz per community request.

Following Codes Removed Since they have been out of system entirly for a great period of time. If anyone has success with adding please move back and note. Having on account is not success as they do not falloff often

  • BM200 (Appears To No Longer Show In ATT’s System but does not mean don’t try) DEAD
    • 200 Bonus Minutes
    • Business/FAN Account (CARE or Telegance)
  • RD3C (Appears To No Longer Show In ATT’s System but does not mean don’t try) DEAD
    • 300 bonus minutes
    • Business/FAN Account (CARE or Telegence)
  • ULIM DEAD
    • unlimited incoming minutes for $14.99
    • ONLY FL CUSTOMERS (FL is a CARE market)
  • TMY4 DEAD (Appears To No Longer Show In ATT’s System but does not mean don’t try)
    • 750 free texts for life
  • F300 (Appears To No Longer Show In ATT’s System but does not mean don’t try)
    • FREE unlimited texting!
    • CARE markets
  • IM5F DEAD
    • 500 free text messages for 2 months
    • CARE markets
  • IM01 or BIM01 DEAD (Appears To No Longer Show In ATT’s System but does not mean don’t try)
    • FREE unlimited texting!
    • TELEGENCE markets