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Upgrading to family plan
My fiancée is currently on a plan with her brother, she is due for an upgrade at the end of the month...if i put her on a plan with me at the end of the month is she still eligible for that upgrade or will AT&T take it as her breaking her contract since it doesn't technically expire until November...
My fiancée is currently on a plan with her brother, she is due for an upgrade at the end of the month...if i put her on a plan with me at the end of the month is she still eligible for that upgrade or will AT&T take it as her breaking her contract since it doesn't technically expire until November...
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One thing to be aware of - any grandfathered features wil not move over, for example, if she has a legacy unlimited data she will need to select a new plan

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Transferring a line does not affect upgrades, she will still be upgrade eligible. The contract follows the line so she is not breaking her contract.
Transferring a line does not affect upgrades, she will still be upgrade eligible. The contract follows the line so she is not breaking her contract.
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Excellent! That's what I was hoping for. Thanks for the info!

Excellent! That's what I was hoping for. Thanks for the info!

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One thing to be aware of - any grandfathered features wil not move over, for example, if she has a legacy unlimited data she will need to select a new plan

One thing to be aware of - any grandfathered features wil not move over, for example, if she has a legacy unlimited data she will need to select a new plan

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