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Is there a Android phone that can be used on a local WiFi newrk only ?

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Is there an Android phone that can be used on local WiFi only without a carrier contract ( for testing Android  applications)  ?
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You might consider using one of the new Android ebooks like Pandigital etc...failrly inexpensive and easy to use.
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Any android phone that supports wifi can be used on a wifi network. Wifi works weather or not the phone is activated for service.
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Thanks for the information.
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