Suspending data from one phone

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Suspending data from one phone

Is it possible to suspend data from one line for a period of time? If so, how?
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ACE - Expert

Re: Suspending data from one phone

If it is a smartphone, no. If you switch to a dumb phone, then you can suspend data.
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Re: Suspending data from one phone

If you are on a shared data plan you can turn off data to a specific device using the myAT&T app. I think the option is available on the website as well.
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Re: Suspending data from one phone


gphipps wrote:
If you are on a shared data plan you can turn off data to a specific device using the myAT&T app. I think the option is available on the website as well.

bweleive that is only a option on basic phones that are not required to have an active data plan

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Scholar

Re: Suspending data from one phone

I have 4 smart phones and that option shows on those lines. I've never tried it, though.
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ACE - Master

Re: Suspending data from one phone


gphipps wrote:
If you are on a shared data plan you can turn off data to a specific device using the myAT&T app. I think the option is available on the website as well.

That doesn't save any money, though. It just stops the device from using data. 

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Scholar

Re: Suspending data from one phone

That is true.....wasn't sure what the OP was looking for, to save money or a device that was going over.
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