IRVINE, Calif.-AirTouch Communications Inc. began offering caller ID to its analog customers in Los Angeles. It is available on certain phones manufactured by Audiovox Communications Corp., Motorola Inc. and Nokia Corp.
When service is used with a message feature, customers have the option of letting calls go into voice mail. Customers will be charged a $15 activation fee and $1.95 each month for the service. Caller ID was introduced to digital customers in September.
Nancy Hobbs, executive vice president and general manager of AirTouch Cellular of Southern California, said “While we have expanded the reach and availability of our digital Powerband service to subscribers in the greater Los Angeles area, we continue to enhance our analog service to meet the needs of customers who choose to stay on analog.”