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Grandfathering 4G and 3G

Discussion in 'HTC ThunderBolt' started by jimmyco2008, May 29, 2011.

  1. jimmyco2008
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    So how does grandfathering work exactly? If I get a Thunderbolt (or any 4G phone) and just activate it for a minute, then reactivate my 3G DROID X, then reactivate my Thunderbolt after 4G becomes capped, will my TB be grandfathered into unlimited 4G?

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    Would this Thunderbolt you bought and activated for one minute sitting in a drawer wasting away? You do know the Thunderbolt also works on 3g?

    I think you would need to keep the T-Bolt activated. Grandfat

    hering is when you are on a service you get to keep it till you changed it even if they change the plan. If you shut your service off after a minute you have left the service therefore having nothing to grandfather.

    Then again if you signed a new 2 year contract on a Thunderbolt it may not matter if you technically have it activated or not since you are paying for it anyway. So to answer your question .... I have no idea. lol
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