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  1. dhh93

    dhh93 New Member

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    Ok so i want a iPhone. i just dont want to be under the pressure of having a contract, that i might need to cancel sometime down the road. so i found that if i sign a contract, it will be $175 to terminate, is that correct? so what im getting to, is if i buy a iphone off ebay, can i get AT&T service w/o having to sign a contract? thanks.
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    Yeah, termination fees are a bit%$

    Yes, you could use the iPhone if you're already in a contract..but if not, I'm pretty sure you need one. Actually, I'm 1237987% sure you need one.
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    so regardless, im going to have to sign a contract? so i would be better off just to get the phone from AT&T?
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    because i do not have at&t right now, i have uscellular
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    Yes, It would be better to buy the phone from AT&T

    Us Cellular is CDMA, so you can't even unlock the phone to use on it.
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    yeah i knew that, and if i did have to cancel, the $175 is it, right?
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    For US Cellular? Or AT&T?

    US Cellular fee is $150, and AT&T's is $175
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    i just wanted to put a iphone on AT&T without a contract.

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