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Originally Posted by jrod81 View Post
only thing about keeping the iphone is that we have to keep the data plan, but i guess what you're saying is that i could cancel the texting part of the plan but then that would do away with texting on my phone since we are on the same plan... what a pickle...
Ooooh yah. Well unless someone comes up with a specific recommendation, you really need to hit the AT&T store and see what they have to offer. The pickings are going to be increasingly slim in the future. The carriers want to move people to smartphones more and more for the mandatory data plans.

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as of right now in July of 2011 can you have an iphone without a data plan? or will AT&T eventually add it to your account... keep in mind, she never gets online so i am not sure how AT&T would "know"
Nope. And yes, they will know.


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