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Originally Posted by Albort Is this before or after the iPhone is accepted into the GoPhone? I know for sure you can get an iPhone on GoPhone without a data
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albort View Post
    Is this before or after the iPhone is accepted into the GoPhone? I know for sure you can get an iPhone on GoPhone without a data plan before but what about now?
    This has been possible since at least the 3GS (although really any iPhone that can accept an AT&T SIM card should work.)

    Quote Originally Posted by vinaygoel2000 View Post
    All US carriers require a data plan with smartphones. AT&T is no exception, iPhone is no exception. Even Verizon Galaxy S4, for example, requires a data plan. Prepaid or postpaid.
    Using a pre-paid "Go" SIM from AT&T you can insert the card into an iPhone and no data plan is required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by szr View Post
    This has been possible since at least the 3GS (although really any iPhone that can accept an AT&T SIM card should work.)

    Using a pre-paid "Go" SIM from AT&T you can insert the card into an iPhone and no data plan is required.
    I believe AT&T didn't "officially" support it prior to this announcement and things like visual voicemail didn't work.

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    Was this an actual "official" announcement by ATT? I've never seen anything officially announced, just a lot of redirection to Engadget (that thanks anonymous) and MacRumors from other blogs. Nothing on the ATT forum either. Has anyone actually gotten this to work?

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