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    I am in a market that was formerly Alltel. When Verizon bought out Alltel it would have been a monopoly to acquire it in my market, therefore AT&T gobbled it up.

    I was given a Focus for free and wasn't required to sign a contract with AT&T. So far I have had no issues with the service. My phone works everywhere I go and obviously we have a much better choice of Windows phones than most of of the other carriers.

    I have never resigned with AT&T so my question is simple. Will I get the $99 price on the 900 if I decide to resign with them? Or is that for new activations and a resign could be a bit more? I keep telling myself to hold out for a later released Tango or ever WP8 device but that 900 is just so sexy!!!

    Thanks in advance for any info on the subject.
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    I would double check that you are not in a contract (dial *NEW# like a phone call and it'll tell you your eligibility). If you are not in a contract, you get the same pricing as everyone else for signing a new 2 year agreement.
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    Zodiac customers rode out their existing contract. *NEW# will tell you for sure if you can get the contract price.

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