No Committment iPhone 4S AT&T Makes Me Add a Plan?

monkeydodo3

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add a plan - data plan? If so, yes you must have a data plan if you have an iphone.
But if it's no-commitment, shouldn't there not be the requirement to add any plan at all since after all, it IS supposed to have no commitment to the carrier at all..
 

dontwalkhand

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But if it's no-commitment, shouldn't there not be the requirement to add any plan at all since after all, it IS supposed to have no commitment to the carrier at all..
No commitment, but required by the carrier to use ANY smartphone to have a data plan, whether you own it or not. Why would you want a smartphone without internet anyway?
 

ANMA dojo

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But if it's no-commitment, shouldn't there not be the requirement to add any plan at all since after all, it IS supposed to have no commitment to the carrier at all..
no commitment just means no 2 year contract. unless you're prepaid, all their plans require smartphones to have mandatory data plan.

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No commitment, but required by the carrier to use ANY smartphone to have a data plan, whether you own it or not. Why would you want a smartphone without internet anyway?
because it's a neat phone that can run apps/games that don't necessarily require internet, or he might spend most of his time in wifi zones.
 

ITS ME DAVID

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no commitment just means no 2 year contract. unless you're prepaid, all their plans require smartphones to have mandatory data plan.

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because it's a neat phone that can run apps/games that don't necessarily require internet, or he might spend most of his time in wifi zones.
Then Buy an iPod touch
 

Mrbobb

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I don't understand that screen either. If u start on the previous screen by first specifying No Commitment, then the same phone costs $549.

Cell phone carriers give me a headache.
 
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