11-08-2012 02:46:52 PM
I had a bit of an accident with my smartphone resulting in me picking up an AT&T GoPhone as a holdover.
My smartphone is now back in commission but I would like to keep my GoPhone as a backup. Research revealed that for emergencies only, a GoPhone can be used with or without account credit (when dialing 911). However, I wish to keep it around for "backup general use" if necessary.
I am on the $2/days used plan. If I keep a non-zero balance, will this phone stay active indefinitely?
11-09-2012 02:31:49 PM
I see that now--what's the most economical option? Let it lapse and pay the required fees if I need it? Or continually put money into something (in $10 increments) that I'm not going to use bar emergencies?
11-10-2012 05:40:26 PM
AT&T's return policy has changed effective 10/07/12. You have 14 days to return the device & cxl without a ETF. Policy info HERE.
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