09-17-2008 9:32 AM
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09-17-2008 10:01 AM
I've seen that at&t allows switch to postpaid plans and allows you to keep your current balance.
My question is this: If I switch from prepaid to postpaid and keep my current balance as a credit on the bill, do I have to get in to a contract? I'd rather stay month-to-month, but I've found that postpaid has certain benefits that can't exist with prepaid (such as better roaming coverage).
09-17-2008 10:20 AM
09-17-2008 10:31 AM
Thanks for the answer.
It's too bad I can't do it online -- or over the phone, at minimum. So much seems to require going in to a store. It doesn't make sense; that's gotta cost at&t much more than handling such simple things via a voice call or online...
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