In Reply to: Thanks! p.s. I found this one on walmart.com. Do you posted by think this would do the same thing? sm on Sat, Oct 02 2021 at 06:33 PM CDT:
This was on a site about using a phone only on Wi-Fi, which sounds like an employer would not be able to send you a pin code for their 2-factor authentication app through Wi-Fi, that you need a real phone with a real working phone number:
"It is important to keep in mind that although you will be able access WiFi on your deactivated phone, you will not be able to use it like a regular phone. This means that you won’t be able to make or receive calls or send text messages over the phone network. This might be a problem if you need to give someone your phone number, for official purposes, for example."
(I read that only 3% of the population does not have a cellphone! I've even seen cellphones being used by people in third-world countries. I told DH we are living in the Dark Ages. He doesn't care because it's free. LOL)
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