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lucky8926

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Jun 16, 2007
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So when you went to activate your iPhone did you just click on the package you wanted and be done with it? The reason I ask is because i'm shocked that it would be this easy to switch plans....... *crossing fingers in hopes for a "yep it's that easy"*
 

art

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Jun 29, 2007
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So when you went to activate your iPhone did you just click on the package you wanted and be done with it? The reason I ask is because i'm shocked that it would be this easy to switch plans....... *crossing fingers in hopes for a "yep it's that easy"*
Yes it's that easy. AT&T is number one for reasons just like this. They do things right.
 

DRabbit

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Jul 2, 2007
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So when you went to activate your iPhone did you just click on the package you wanted and be done with it? The reason I ask is because i'm shocked that it would be this easy to switch plans....... *crossing fingers in hopes for a "yep it's that easy"*
It was incredibly easy. I also transferred an existing AT&T/Cingular number I already had from another phone. I was literally activated in less than 5 minutes.
 

lucky8926

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Jun 16, 2007
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Wow....this doesn't make my "will power to wait to buy an iPhone" any stronger.... i was excited when I saw the new rate plans. I'll be saving about $20/month with an equivalent plan!