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Topic # 23875 10-Jul-2008 16:56

My wife wants an Iphone, I have a business account (no contract) and use about 250 Mins a month.  I can Sign up for a Iphone 500 account (will cost me about what I am paying now anyway) and save about $500 on the Iphone.

Does anyone know if there is anything stopping me using my HTC TYTN II on the Iphone account? 

My wife won't really use any data so we can run the Iphone on her $40/month account.

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  Reply # 146819 11-Jul-2008 15:14

Ok went to Digital Mobile today, one guy told me No you won't be able to use your Windows Mobile Device on the Iphone account.

My went back a bit later and a girl said it would work.  I could buy the phone at the discounted price $550, use the Iphone on my wife's $40/M plan (she upgraded her plan, and they said they will give us a free phone) and use my phone on the Iphone plan $130/M.  I thought, well if it does not work, we can take it back and say you said it would.

Well It seems to work ok. Have downloaded pages to Mobile explorer ok.

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