Question about RIM BlackBerry Cell Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
No, non provisioned means it's not active on the network, so you will have to activate the card first, but you can just take the pay as you go plan and only use it when needed, the bill will be based on your usage only(depending on carrier plans).
Most carriers SHOULD have a pay as you go plan.
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