02-12-2012 4:16 PM - last edited on 02-12-2012 4:29 PM by Taylarie
So I'm still a little confused, hope you can help me out. I currently have the Pantech Ease (a messaging phone) but want a smartphone that runs Android. I plan to purchase one from a website and not through AT&T, such as this here: http://android-sale.com/huawei-honor-4-inch-touch-
If I take the SIM card out of my Ease, and pop it into this Honor, will I automatically be added to a data plan? I really don't want to pay the $30 a month for data, and I would only use the internet when I had WiFi, so I don't understand why AT&T is supposedly able to do that, or if they will in my circumstances and situation. Thanks.
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02-12-2012 7:02 PM
02-12-2012 7:54 PM
02-12-2012 10:01 PM
Do you know about other companies? Do Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint have the same policies?
02-12-2012 10:24 PM
T-Mobile used to allow people who brought their own phones with them to opt out of the data plan, but Sprint & Verizon require data plans just like AT&T.
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