08-16-2012 09:49:50 AM
You'll need to make sure the Android phone you chose can be used with prepaid service. That will determine what you'd end up paying for service.
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08-16-2012 01:50:26 PM
kris morrow wrote:
well i'm not purchasing the phone from an at&t store, but from the a website on the internet, so it shouldnt affect how much i pay should it?
It shouldn't, however, before you purchace a phone that isn't supported by AT&T make sure the frequency band is compatable with that of AT&T's network or you might not get all of the functionality from it anyway.