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Is this possible?
I just want know if its possible to just deactivate the Internet services on my phone to lower my bill yet still be able to keep the ability to make and receive calls as well as texting.
I just want know if its possible to just deactivate the Internet services on my phone to lower my bill yet still be able to keep the ability to make and receive calls as well as texting.

Is this possible?

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It is possible, but only if you start using a non-smartphone. It's not allowed if you're using a smartphone. You'd have to let att know the imei number of any non-smartphone you have for them to remove the data plan.

 

If you are already using a non-smartphone, just give customer care a call and they can remove it right away. 

It is possible, but only if you start using a non-smartphone. It's not allowed if you're using a smartphone. You'd have to let att know the imei number of any non-smartphone you have for them to remove the data plan.

 

If you are already using a non-smartphone, just give customer care a call and they can remove it right away. 

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Aug 30, 2013 9:52:40 PM
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It is possible on a smartphone actually, as long as your on a mobile share plan. You will still be charged for having the plan since its required on all smartphones, but you have the option of turning it off on the myATT app on you manage your account.
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It is possible on a smartphone actually, as long as your on a mobile share plan. You will still be charged for having the plan since its required on all smartphones, but you have the option of turning it off on the myATT app on you manage your account.
~Sunshine :)
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