AT&T has a new feature that will save you money by not having to type in your bill number every time you use your phone.
The feature, called “Understanding Phone Bill,” is a part of AT&s phone bill and also comes with an extra $20, according to the company.
If you use the feature on your phone and then don’t use the phone for another week, the $20 will be added to your bill.
This feature will save AT&ing money by making it easier for you to switch from traditional bills to Understanding Phone Bill, AT&&amp;s CTO Brian McClendon said in a blog post.
The new feature was announced last month at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but is still in its early stages.
AT& amp;t customers can get a preview of Understanding Phone Bank at AT<s flagship network, AT & T Mobile.
AT <d Mobile customers will also be able to sign up to receive the feature as soon as it’s available.
Understanding Phone Banking is also available on AT>s Nextel brand phone and Nextel Mobile phone.
AT;s new feature isn’t available to all AT& amp;t users, but those who sign up will be able use the $200-per-month service for a year after they sign up.
AT’ s new feature also applies to AT& ;s Verizon Wireless and Sprint network.
AT, AT;d and Sprint are all owned by Verizon.
The company will be the only major U.S. carrier that offers the service, which is billed by the phone company directly.