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jlaw

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Has anyone successfully completed a transfer of billing responsibility for an AT&T account with unlimited data since AT&T moved exclusively to mobile share plans - so within the last week or so?

Wondering how that would work if one wanted to make a change from one individual voice/text plan to another, since they're no longer offered. If you assume responsibility now, are you stuck with whatever plan options the account you assume comes with?
 

Diseal3

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Jun 29, 2008
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They will keep the old unlimited data as well as nation plan for voice. The new mobile share plans are only for new add a lines to individual accounts or starting new family plans.

No, AT&T AOL will drop the unlimited data, Unlike Verizon.
 

mytakeontech

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Jun 14, 2010
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Has anyone successfully completed a transfer of billing responsibility for an AT&T account with unlimited data since AT&T moved exclusively to mobile share plans - so within the last week or so?

Wondering how that would work if one wanted to make a change from one individual voice/text plan to another, since they're no longer offered. If you assume responsibility now, are you stuck with whatever plan options the account you assume comes with?

I have done this in last few weeks.

I specifically told that I do not want to lose my unlimited data plan.

When my employer took the ownership of my account, I got corporate unlimited data plan.

I am not sure whether I will get my unlimited data plan when I take the ownership back.
 
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