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I called up AT&T and for some reason they didnt have any information regarding iPhone family plans.

Any1 know where I could find information regarding a family plan that has both iphones and non-iphones on the same plan? Say 2 iphones and two non-iphones?
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There you go. I hope that I could have helped. All the information was right in front of my face and i didnt even know it!
A iPhone 3G Family plan looks a little steep though.
But it all varies depending on how much you use and when, or whether or not you will be calling other AT&T customers.

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see I was looking at that, but i think thats for ALL iphones (why its so expensive for each additional line) for a regular family talk plan its only 9.99 for each additional line....
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see I was looking at that, but i think thats for ALL iphones (why its so expensive for each additional line) for a regular family talk plan its only 9.99 for each additional line....
Basically you are paying $9.99 a month for the add a line and $30 for the iPhone data plan. under the add an additional Iphone line.
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so could i get the iphone family talk with 2 iphone lines, then add regular lines for 9.99 each?
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You purchase a family talk plan and the 30 data plan for your iphone. Then any other line you add on is $9.99 a month.

Easy as that.

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I just did this for Xmas -- iPhone for wife and regular LG Shine for son. I got the "smallest" family plan (700 minutes), added the iPhone data for the one iPhone (no data on the LG for now), and voila, done. Totals out around $90 before the endless fees, taxes, and service charges. I've got 2 months more on Verizon and then I'll make the jump (but will likely stay with a Blackberry).
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