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I got the iphone 3GS White 32GB and have had it for about a week and I would just like to say it is probably the best phone i have ever owned/used. Definitely have no regrets getting it

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same here i got the 3GS 32GB black and i feel the same way. i use to have a BB Storm and this kills that phone easily just waiting for MMS to become available.

(no offense to Storm owners just my opinion.)

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So, if I may be so bold, I'm thinking about selling my iPod Touch 8Gb, and buying an iPhone 8GB.... recommendable or not?

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I traded in my 16gb ipod touch to have some extra money to put toward the iphone. so yes I would recommend it!

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Thanks for a great piece of advice bad.heron, I got my iphone 3G this week, and its great .
If anyone reading this thread wonders if they should buy one I would carefully say: DO IT!!!

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money well spent! i say it's worth every penny /month

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Yes the new iphone or just any iphone in general is worth every penny! Had the first gen iphone for about a year then decided to try out the new tmobile G1 when it came out and soon after owning that and many problems i went back to the iphone and now wander why i wasted my time thinking i could ever leave the apple world : )


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Just got a 16GB iPhone 3GS, and am loving it.

I'm going to be taking it with me on a cross-country trip this fall; train from New York to Seattle. I'm thinking I'm going to get a lot of use out of it.

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i currently have an ipod 80gb classic and considering a 32gb iphone to replace my blackberry 8830. My issue is how to transfer my 8,000 songs to my new iphone? i am using over 40 gb just in music and this doesnt include movies or pictures either. what could I do to resolve this? thanks for your help!
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it's not worth paying 500 for it, on top of extending our contract another 2 years. that's why i'm waiting for the next iphone to be released.

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