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Just a "what-if" question, but I wanted to upgrade from my iPhone 6 to iPhone 7, and I already have a Telus plan. If I was to bring in an unlocked iPhone 7 from Apple, would it be possible to just add the voice plan and not a data plan (and just use wi-fi)? Or would I still need both? Would it still be for two years? Thanks!
If you bought your own phone you can use it without contract if you get a new plan. You could also just replace your iPhone 6 with the 7 and keep your existing plan as-is if you plan to simply upgrade and not keep/use the 6. You'd just have to take the SIM card from your 6 and move it to the 7.
Thanks, I'm just debating what to do. My current contract ends at the end of this month. I had considered not having a data plan and just using wi-fi, if that was possible, just to save some on a monthly bill. But then I'd also have to pay more for an unlocked phone upfront. 🤔
When my contract ran out I just bought a new phone to replace my old one. It's a bit of an expense up front, yes, but in the end you still pay less for the device than buying it on contract.
But could I get a voice-only plan with an unlocked iPhone (and therefore no contract)? That's what I'm wondering mostly. I'd still have to pay more upfront though of course.