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Hi,

"You can buy the device separate or with contract"

Thanks
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On contract -- In spite of the change in preposition and Sri's intervening post, I still do not know how a contract relates to a separate purchase.
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Hi,

Perhaps you mean this?

When you buy the device, do you also have to sign a contract?

(eg a cell phone)

Clive
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What do you mean by 'with contract'?
Hi,
1. You can buy the device separately.
2. You have to buy a separate device.

Eg: A store keeper saying: Sir, we only sell mobile phones. You have to buy the accessories separately.

Regards,
Sri
On contract sorry
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