iPhone plan question

sjmejia408

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I was wondering, if I removed my data plan + unlimited text which is 40 a month would I still be able to use wifi on my iPhone ? Thx
 

420greg

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Yes.

But I don't think AT&T will let you have an iPhone with out a data plan. They would have no way to provision it as all the iPhone plans contain unlimited data.
 

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Yes.

But I don't think AT&T will let you have an iPhone with out a data plan. They would have no way to provision it as all the iPhone plans contain unlimited data.
wat if I tell them I no longer have an iPhone? I only want to pay for minutes
 

tesh

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they may charge a fee, considering that you are supposed to keep the plan for a contracted amount of time...

of course, you could say it broke and that you're using your gsm nokia that you had laying around (fib)
and that it's useless for you to have the plan...
 

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i want to get rid of the 40$ unlimited data plan.. i only want to use the iPhone for the minutes... i was wondering if i do that could i still use the wifi? or is att going to charge me for doing so... any feedback would b appreciated. thx
 

Youngbinks

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You have to keep the data plan unless you unlock your iPhone and go elsewhere for service. You can use all the wifi you want but you really don't have much of a choice as far as EDGE is concerned.
 

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so if i tell them i broke my iPhone n no longer need the data plan, and keep my minutes.. i can use the wifi with no extra cost?
 

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Broke your phone? As in, now the EDGE isn't working? I doubt that will work but I actually haven't really heard of anyone trying. They can't really charge you for wifi because they have no control where you use it at. But they might deactivate your phone, but I'm really not sure how it would work.