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Hey guys,

I just bought a 2g iphone off ebay. It said it was unlocked in the ad, which doesent really matter because i have att anyways. But here is my question, should I call att and tell them that i am usiing an iphone now and upgrade to an iphone data plan or is there a better way to do this? i dont want to screw myself by telling them i have an i phone seeing how it is unlocked ect. I know nothing about iphones so i need some help here. Also i am not sure if it is jailbroken....when i check under the "about" option it says it is running version 2.2.1 and it also has the installer and cydia apps, i am not sure what these are but i thought they were related to the jailbreak. Any help would be great.
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i have att ... should I call att and tell them that i am usiing an iphone now and upgrade to an iphone data plan
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it also has the installer and cydia apps, i am not sure what these are but i thought they were related to the jailbreak. Any help would be great.
Yes it is jailbroken. If you don't want it that way you can do a complete restore and it will be back to factory.
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You're probably going to want to restore that bad boy before taking it in to ATT or switching over to an iPhone plan...
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