For those upgrading on AT&T site with unlimited data plans

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by DiamondMac, Oct 7, 2011.

  1. DiamondMac macrumors 68040

    DiamondMac

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    Did you all get the same error message that I got saying that your unlimited plan wasnt acceptable and that you had to pick a new plan?

    I know it then let you pick the unlimited data plan...but what was the reason for saying that the unlimited plan wasnt acceptable then having us pick the unlimited.

    Maybe I am just completely over-thinking it but I felt like AT&T was trying to get everyone to move onto a new "unlimited plan" and lord knows what AT&T put in those terms.
     
  2. hushmartin macrumors 6502

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    I just order on att's website, no problems whatsoever. I got to a screen that said that, but it said that it had "already selected a compatible data plan for you", which happened to be the 30 dollar unlimited plan. So, all I ended up doing was entering my cc info and clicking buy or continue or whatever that button said.

    You're totally overthinking it.
     
  3. Spizzo macrumors 6502

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    I'm on the ATT site (Can't order from apple because my billing is to a PO Box) and I can't check out because it says no data plans are available. :mad:
     
  4. fender57 macrumors 6502

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    Agreed. AT&T is allowing the grandfathered unlimited data folks to keep theirs for all eternity it seems. A few months ago I gave my old 3GS to my daughter as an iPod touch. We decided to give her a phone line, so I took it to AT&T and they allowed me to put it on the unlimited plan, so long as I signed a 2-year agreement. I don't think any shenanigans are being pulled here nor will they pull any.

    Choking data off to the abusers is another story however...
     
  5. tlbwriter macrumors regular

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    Wait... you added a line and they allowed you to add an unlimited data plan?
     

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