I use a gmail account. Seems like windows phone works a lot smoother with an outlook.com account. Hate having 2 email address.
The phone works best with a Microsoft account, so it can seamlessly sync photos/videos to skydrive, contacts from your phone book, text messages, apps etc.. You can setup your GMail or ANY email account as a Microsoft account.
Grossner mentioned "Got the phone and there was a big note included that said "deactivating this phone may lead to additional charges" and that included transferring equipment from one line to another. I would have to pay $400 on the credit card I used for the purchase."
So if I switch from the Nokia to the iPhone but keeping the Nokia, just that I won't be using it and just keeping it for future use, does that count as deactivation of the phone and therefore be charged a penalty? This is regarding the same line that upgraded to the Nokia but just wants to use the current iPhone that is already on the line.
I think as long as you don't change the plan or break contract, it will not be a problem.
I think AT&T doesn't care what phone you use with your plan, all they care is if you have made any changes to your plan agreement.
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