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Old December 5th, 2012, 12:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to add a line and get a smartphone but then use the phone on one of my current lines and use a regular phone on the new line with normal phone pricing. I was able to do this with Verizon. Is it possible on at&t?

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Probably....but AT&T is pretty good at detecting any "switches" to phones and plans. Go to your local store and see what a knowledgable rep tells you.
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Will do. I was hoping to avoid that though lol.
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I think it can be done, but you're better off to do it at an ATT store with a rep who knows what they are doing, and knows what you are trying to do.
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