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#40571 31-Aug-2009 17:45
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I couldnt see anything in the FAQ thread....

I want to upgrade a Prepaid CDMA connection to XT Prepaid and do it via the web.  I went to the URL, stuck in the phone number and "yes, you can upgrade online".  However.... i can't get past the "select phone" step.  I dont want to buy a handset, i already have a compatible one.  Can i upgrade online, or do I have to jump through different hoops elsewhere...?




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  #252057 31-Aug-2009 21:04
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Not sure you can do this online,

Hope this link helps:

http://telecom.custhelp.com/very long url

Looks like a phone call or trip to shop is needed.

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  #252062 31-Aug-2009 21:27
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No you can't do it online but your local Telecom Store or Dealer can do this for you.

The SIM should be free upgrading from CDMA.

If you have any trouble flick me a PM.

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  #252066 31-Aug-2009 21:59
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thanks for teh update. seems a bit silly to have to head into a shop for it... but i guess i'll head there and see how i go.




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  #252070 31-Aug-2009 22:14
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123 could possibly send one out for you, but I'm not 100% on that.

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