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Can I keep my current rate plan?

pk1451

Jul 2, 2007, 12:01 AM
I have a rate plan from 5 years ago and I have been just renewing it every 2 years. It is way too good to change for what I'm paying.

If I get an iPhone can I still keep my current plan?

I pay extra for Media Max $30 for it.

Thanks
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miacol

Jul 2, 2007, 9:45 AM
Simply add the iphone data plan for 20 and the amount of messaging you want. I got unlimited for 20 and off you go.

Just remember that it stripes all your other features and you need to readd them.
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mooiscoow

Jul 3, 2007, 10:41 AM
You actually can not. You will have to change to an iPhone rate plan when you activate your iPhone.
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miacol

Jul 3, 2007, 10:50 AM
Actually you do not, I have service, I activated my phone and added the iPhone data plan without needed to change my voice plan.

THe added data plan was 20 dollars and the messaging plan was 10 dollars for 1500 messages, and 20 dollars unlimited.
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mooiscoow

Jul 3, 2007, 11:13 AM
Yes and no. Since you have a recent plan they just add the code, but in truth in the system it does change you code over and although you are paying the same it is switching over. You may not see the differnce cause you have one of their recent plans but if you have an older plan it will switch you over to the newer one. To be sure if you can keep it call apple. They are the only one who can say for sure cause it is really up to their iTunes system at the end of the day. It isn't all the way fair, but in the end apple is making their own rules
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miacol

Jul 3, 2007, 11:55 AM
I did it and I am still on my old voice plan, still the same minutes (which they do not offer anymore) and I have the apple data plan.

So I am not sure why you keep thinking that, you need to change the plan. Now the data plan needs to be an iPhone data plan, but voice has no issues.
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sangyup81

Jul 13, 2007, 4:41 PM
Anyone try it yet?
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