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Created: Dec 18, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Dec. 18, 2009
Thank you so very much
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Created: Dec 12, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Dec. 12, 2009
Is there ANY site that is available for discounted ringtones or possibly free ringtones. I looked online @ ATTs website and the cheapest is 2.49 for ONE ringtone. Any suggestions?
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Created: Dec 12, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Dec. 12, 2009
I also have to commend AT&Ts customer service. There has been issues that arised, but again ATT was quick to fix any issue that I had. Some reps are nicer than others but all in all ATT has came through for me
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Created: Dec 9, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Dec. 9, 2009
Yes, as long as the sim has never been activated on a line before
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Created: Dec 9, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Dec. 9, 2009
No. Once you activate a new sim, you cannot revert back to an older sim that was activated prior to. You can always get a new sim, its just once a sim is de-activated, you cannot re-use it. I'm guessing it is for security purposes: )
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Created: Dec 9, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Dec. 9, 2009
Once new sim is activated, it would automatically de-activate the old sim
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Created: Dec 9, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Dec. 9, 2009
If you still have the sim card that was sent to you, you can activate the sim card and still keep your number. Once it is activated you would need to put sim into an ATT phone.
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Created: Apr 2, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Apr. 2, 2009
It would effect his contract even though u upgraded your line for the system recognizes that your husband wasnt eligible and should pay the 399 price versus the 199 price bc u are elig for upgrade and not him
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Created: Apr 2, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Apr. 2, 2009
I wouldnt necessarily say screw but say if u was to upgrade your line today and then act on your other line both lines of services contract and elig would be reset effect today
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Created: Apr 2, 2009
kimmie06 Created: Apr. 2, 2009
Yes u can use it for your husbands line HOWEVER it will effect not only your contract but also his cotract and both of your eligibility dates once he connects to itunes to act the device on his line
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