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Straight talk $30 plan on an Iphone 4, possible?

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#1
Iv looked around a lot, and have only found older information from years ago about this topic. I have a LG620G with a sim card and a 30 dollar plan on it. And I have a unlocked jailbroken Iphone 4. I ordered a sim cutter already, because I know there has to be a way. I know I could just fork out a little more money and order a micro sim from straight talk, but I'm on a budget right now and don't need the $45 plan or the unlimited data when I'm on a wifi spot all day. Any help would be awesome, thank you guys. Even a redirect to a post on here about this same problem.
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#2
Originally posted by teddbag:
If $30 could work, it will be the lowest solution for this....
Iv had the Iphone for about a year now. So its just acting as a paper weight now. I know there has to be a way to use it with the $30 plan from ST. Changing the APA or some thing like that?
#3
no offense you cannot because you need a data plan with the phone no data plan the phone doesn't function so 30 dollar plan is out of the question
#4
Originally posted by megadunderhead:
no offense you cannot because you need a data plan with the phone no data plan the phone doesn't function so 30 dollar plan is out of the question
Thats what I was thinking, thanks for the input. I didnt think the phone had to rely on it so bad. Bc you can turn the 3g off.
#5
yes you can turn the 3g off no problems but it's not the three g thats doing it the applications like safari and mail dial home and need data
#6
Originally posted by megadunderhead:
yes you can turn the 3g off no problems but it's not the three g thats doing it the applications like safari and mail dial home and need data
Hmm I thought I saw a way to do it, awhile back in like 2009 but I never confirmed it. I saw ST Nokia phone sims worked in phone 3g, but that was prolly with the $45 plan.
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