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Best Buy is simulating the Verizon deal for the AT&T now for Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Instant discount of $150
And AT&T bill credit of $16.45 per month for 24 month (AT&T Next every year); $13.16 per month bill credit for AT&T Next device payment plans. Only for New Accounts.

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Created 05-03-2018 at 04:31 AM by SDNovice
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Why are so many thumbs down?
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Why are so many thumbs down?
caused its not the s9 or s9 plus
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Why are so many thumbs down?
Only for new accounts. Bill credits are the new contract.
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caused its not the s9 or s9 plus
S9 or S9+ has no stylus.
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Only for new accounts. Bill credits are the new contract.
New Contracts -> Makes sense.. Here is my plan. Will port my existing line (out of contract) to a Google voice for $20 and Add a new line with this offer. In that I will configure my Google Voice application with the ported number and start using. I guess this plan works. Wondering if I can port to GV before activating the new line and again port from GV to the new line at the time of activation so that my initial ported line will become as a new line but with contract. Wink
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New Contracts -> Makes sense.. Here is my plan. Will port my existing line (out of contract) to a Google voice for $20 and Add a new line with this offer. In that I will configure my Google Voice application with the ported number and start using. I guess this plan works. Wondering if I can port to GV before activating the new line and again port from GV to the new line at the time of activation so that my initial ported line will become as a new line but with contract. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ilies/wink.gif
In my personal experience, and as far as I am currently aware, as soon as you port-out of AT&T, the line gets cancelled. Regardless of whether you port-out to Google Voice, the line gets cancelled on AT&T's side. Then after you open a new line with AT&T and are assigned a random phone number, you can port-in your number from Google Voice, but usually only after 61 days or so (the "Winback" period for AT&T).

(Side note: With Verizon, it is possible to port-out to Google Voice without the line getting cancelled by Verizon, but this is a very specific scenario that involves porting from Verizon to Google Voice, and not vice-versa, and not with any other carrier).
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In my personal experience, and as far as I am currently aware, as soon as you port-out of AT&T, the line gets cancelled. Regardless of whether you port-out to Google Voice, the line gets cancelled on AT&T's side. Then after you open a new line with AT&T and are assigned a random phone number, you can port-in your number from Google Voice, but usually only after 61 days or so (the "Winback" period for AT&T).

(Side note: With Verizon, it is possible to port-out to Google Voice without the line getting cancelled by Verizon, but this is a very specific scenario that involves porting from Verizon to Google Voice, and not vice-versa, and not with any other carrier).
Did you end up doing this?? Did it work??
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Did you end up doing this?? Did it work??
Yep! Smilie
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