Re: Unlimited Internatio
nal Data Plan for Smartphone s?
06-12-2010 09:44:49 AM
Since Blackberry International and iPhone International are both under the PDA International subgrouping, I think you can credibly argue that even though it is a code change, it is not a plan change. Last month I prevailed with that argument.
Before doing this, I was told that it was ok to insert my Blackberry SIM in any other PDA phone on the plan. It didn't work with an iPhone (hence the fight). If that is correct, you might want to look at a Google Nexus One which is the closest competitor to an iPhone and might be open to you without a plan. Note you will have to buy an unsubsidized phone.
Unfortunately the Nexus One is listed as a smartphone with ATTM so would require the smartphone data plan.
AT&T's return policy has changed effective 10/07/12. You have 14 days to return the device & cxl without a ETF. Policy info HERE.
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