But now since I use the dialaround service I figured I'd accept the offer AT&T mailed to me that was a $50 check. It was one of those deals that switches your long distance service to AT&T when you deposit it. No big deal, I deposited the check and got my fifty bucks. My long distance service switched to AT&T and I still have my 2.9 cent plan with onesuite.com. I got a letter in the mail from AT&T today telling me my limit for long distance calls is going to be $200 due to information on my consumer credit report from Trans Union. Now I don't care, because my long distance bill with them is going to be a big fat zero each month anyway, but I never knew they were going to pull a report. There was no indication that I saw on any of the materials they sent me that they were going to do so. Does anyone know if this is a hard or soft inquiry? I think I might send them a letter telling them to go to hell and switch my service back to Sprint.