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Old 10-22-2009, 01:25 PM
George Kerby
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On 10/18/09 10:40 PM, in article e7nnd5hc77rg7bme3ff3dfv8057k2sehvk@4ax.com,
"no_body@home.com" <no_body@home.com> wrote:

> On Sat, 17 Oct 2009 10:53:19 -0700, no_one@home.com wrote:
>
>> We currently have AT&T. Our 2 year contract has expired and we are on a
>> month-to-month voice contract (only). My family will be upgrading to the
>> IPhone sometime towards the end of next week. We live in the Los Angeles
>> area of Southern California.
>>
>> I have some questions about our new (proposed) contract:
>>
>> It is understood we will lose our current 5,000 rollover minutes.
>>
>> We plan on purchasing 3 IPhones.
>>
>> We currently have Moto 557 phones. How can the address book be transferred
>> between the 557 & the IPhones?
>>
>> Does the IPhone has a SIM chip? If so, can they be switched between phones?
>>
>> We heard there is some type of add on memory card that can be added to
>> increase the memory capability. What is that all about?
>>
>> I read there might be several models available: 3G, 3G-S and perhaps others.
>> Which one has more bang to your buck so to speak?
>>
>> We currently have a 850 @ month voice plan which seems to be enough on the
>> voice side of things.
>>
>> We plan on sending a lot of text so an unlimited text plan might be a good
>> idea.
>>
>> My wife plans on exchanging lots of photos, audio & video with her daughter
>> on the East Coast. Gotta keep up with her grandchild you know? Is there a
>> data plan for those types of images?
>>
>> Obviously we plan on using the IPhone for browsing. Is there a unlimited
>> plan for that?
>>
>> As you can see, we have lots of questions. We are just trying to do our
>> homework before going into a AT&T center and upgrading our phones.
>>
>> Finally, I have gone on the web and researched some of my own questions but
>> the collective consciousness of this forum is second to none and highly
>> valued.
>>
>> TIA.

>
>
> I want to thank everyone who responded. Even the idiot who gave me bogus
> information about the replaceable battery & memory cards.
>

He's sorta 'special', if you know what I mean!?!

The retired waitress at The Waffle Houses all over Carolina like him, tho...


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