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No plan on iphone what is a cheap good plan i can get?


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NYCMACMAN

 
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Hi guys i recently got a 2g iphone no plan so im going to att to activate it im looking for mostly texting not much talk time. Does anyone know of a good cheap plan? Pay as you go or just regular? Thanks! Kyle
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NOTHING???! no ideas?!?! lol
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if you take it to AT&T they will make you put it on the iphone plan.

however you can get one of those $19 pay as you go phones (prepaid) from best buy or your local conveience store that sells AT&T go phone or prepaid phones, and take the sim out of that and pop it in the iphone

you wont have a lot of the iphone features, but you should be able to txt and make some calls just fine
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