Go-iPhone users: Unless you are an "original iPhone with a Pick Your Plan" Customer with the required unlimited Data Plan for iPhone, you might want to give AT&T a call.  Otherwise, expect to see a service interruption.  Erica Sadun found out the hard way (via SMS of course) that her Go-iPhone is no longer approved to run on AT&T’s network.   What?! You wanted more than 4 days notice?  Welcome to the new AT&T. 

Oh, btw, we’re pretty sure Erica knows a few ways to get around AT&T :D

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