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Created: Apr 23, 2014
TiredMom2 Created: Apr. 23, 2014
File a consumer complaint with the FCC at FCC.GOV
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TiredMom2 Created: Apr. 23, 2014
No, GSM is an international standard for cell phones, it is used in Europe and Asia. It is just how the phone contacts the cell tower. The IMEI number is a unique identifier for the phone.
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Created: Apr 23, 2014
TiredMom2 Created: Apr. 23, 2014
If you don't fall for the "free phone" bait, you can get out of the contract and go month to month. The contract is all in AT&T's favor. It's not like we get to negociate.
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Created: Apr 23, 2014
TiredMom2 Created: Apr. 23, 2014
You can buy an unlocked phone and put in your SIM card. It will work just fine and you can get a phone that has wifi access to the internet. It will work in any hotspot. They are not hard to set up. You just need a GSM phone. You can get nice ones for less than $100. If you buy your own phones you do not need a long contract with AT&T.
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TiredMom2 Created: Apr. 23, 2014
Yes, you can keep your plan and have a better phone. Buy your own "unlocked" phone that is a GSM phone and put in your SIM card. You may want to get a 4 band phone. These phones are used in Europe and Asia. When you travel you can keep using your own phone and buy a prepaid SIM card in the airport.
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Created: Apr 22, 2014
TiredMom2 Created: Apr. 22, 2014
You can put your SIM card into most any four band GSM phone and it will work. ATT is requiring data plans because they gave away too many iphones.
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Created: Apr 22, 2014
TiredMom2 Created: Apr. 22, 2014
Go to the FTC.gov web site and file a complaint if you want cellphones without manditory data plans. This is just like digital TV. Now that all TV is digital can companies still require extra fees for access? Soon all phones will be smartphones. This is just a way for ATT to charge double for data. More in the basic service fee and then again by having you buy a data plan...
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Created: Apr 22, 2014
TiredMom2 Created: Apr. 22, 2014
File a complaint with the FTC. ATT is requiring data plans when they are not necessary to use the phone. you can get an Ipod that will have most of the features of the iphone, wifi, and computer hook ups. Then you can get a "brick phone" for only about $20 a month. There is no technical reason for a phone to "require" a data plan to function.
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