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I phone contract up can i still use it as an I Podhawaii thr22
Posted 23 November 2011 - 10:55 PM
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Posted 24 November 2011 - 01:12 AM
Hey, all, My I phone contract is up. I am thinking about going with a pay as you go phone or non smart phone with att. I dont get many calls so cant see paying the extra expense for phone or data plan. Was wondering if i get a nonsmart phone can I still use the I pod portion of it with Wi Fi to still be able to use apps-games, music etc or would i have to get the I Pod. I have the I pad 2 now so do see a use for the I phone. I have been told as long as I have Wi Fi I can use the I pod part of the I phone. I hope this makes sense.Max.
Even without WiFi access, you can use all the apps on your deactivated device that don't need WiFi to run.
The only things you lose access to are:
1. ATT's data network (Edge, 3G, etc.)
2. Actual ATT phone calls
You could, though, instal Skype on your old iPhone and use that to talk to people. Anyone with a Skype app can be called free, and you can pre-buy minutes to call regular numbers.
IF you have an iPhone 4 or newer, you can still use Facetime as well to call any iPhone 4 or iMacs running the software.
-- I like to go fast (not really)
Posted 24 November 2011 - 08:06 AM
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