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Leaving iPhone - what happens to my iCloud account?

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See, I shall apply for new phone service from Verizon later today (have had an iPhone 6s+ with Sprint for the past three years, bought out the lease, the phone is dying, and I hate iPhone compared to Android).


Am I paying for this iCloud account (through Sprint) every month?  Or what?  Do I lose access to the content when I quit my current plan?


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Basic iCloud service is free for up to I think 5GB of space. If the email that is associated with your iTunes account is with Sprint you'll want to change that before switching. Other than that you can keep iCloud. In case you ever decide that Android sucks worse than iOS

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I want to applaud you for going back to Android, Sidewinder. I share your exact view on the matter.


I also had the iPhone experience and I just can't get with it. My workplace is pretty much dominated by the new Blackberry which is called the iPhone, and has taken over pretty much from 2010 forward. They still show love to the odd man out Android, though, and I had to direct a coworker on how to start a text message thread, but we all get along. :LOL:


I left my Apple info where it was, they did not win me over. It really is a different experience, and that experiment has failed. I think I liked MS-DOS 6.22 more. I also had Sprint, oddly enough. I never had any problems with them.. quick nod of the hat before this thread possibly devolved into a why not liking Android is not correct maybe even not allowed to be encouraged, or how Sprint should not be regarded as a good network, because, reasons.

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