No this is how I upgraded to my other line, The only way the other line will not need a data plan is if you keep the non smartphone on the line. This is completely possible. I used my line to upgrade to the imagio then I used my second line to upgrade to the droid a month or so later. Now I have an old LG on the second line with no data plan... Hope this answers your question.
Sorry if it feels like I'm just repeating things back at you... I have "understanding" issue, especially with things new to me like this.
Yes that is what I did. The only requirement from Big Red is that you have to keep the other line active for your contract. and there is a 350 early termination fee just like if you had a smartphone on that line. But you dont need to pay for the data
My Motorola Droid (which I purchased from Best Buy) has recently been clicking when I use the physical keyboard. I have not spilled anything on it nor have I had any other problems with the phone previously. There is no visual problems with the keyboard. I bought the phone around November or December of 2009. Is there a possibility of getting it replaced as it's making it pretty hard to press any of the keys on the bottom half of the keyboard.
Is it possible to get the text only plan if you are not deaf or hard of hearing? I'm currently set up with Google Voice and if this application develops a little further, I would liked to drop the voice plan and just keep the text and data, and save a few dollars.
I had prepared an elaborate story and everything so I can explain and answer any questions they may have had. I'm assuming it was a common problem or something.