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Upgrading to 4S


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My wife and I have Iphones, she has a 3GS and contract expired, I have a 4 and have five more months before my contract allows for upgrade. Can I order a 4s on her number but use it with my number and let her use my 4 for her number? Using the family plan will i have to change plans? thx
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yes you can. no plan change will be needed
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