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  1. #1
    What will I be charged for an iPhone?
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    What will I be charged for an iPhone?
    I cant imagine what this thread will turn into ....but

    I currently have att, with a normal postpaid account. I have a plain old phone hooked up. Im not upgrade eligible until 2/09.

    Does this mean I can pay 499$ for the 16gb, and just renew the contract? Or do i have to pay 699$???

    Im a little confused by the "pay and walk" policy they are offering, and whether i can get the 399/499 deal!

    http://www.wireless.att.com/cell-pho...phone-info.jsp

    Mods: i didnt wanna put this in the iphone hardware thread, so i thought it best here.
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    What will I be charged for an iPhone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgeier82 View Post
    IMods: i didnt wanna put this in the iphone hardware thread, so i thought it best here.
    Um, that doesn't mean that's not where it belongs. There's a reason we have separate forums for separate topics.

    Moved to correct forum.
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    What will I be charged for an iPhone?
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    When I check my upgrade eligibility, it says this:
    This line is eligible for equipment discount pricing when you sign up for a 2-year service agreement. You can take advantage of our no-commitment pricing option, with the exception of iPhone which requires a 2-year commitment.
    What does this mean I pay for a new iPhone on July 11th?
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    What will I be charged for an iPhone?
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    That eligibility requirement only refers to AT&T customers who currently don't own an iPhone. If you have an iPhone, then you can get the subsidized rates (i.e. $199 and $299).

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    What will I be charged for an iPhone?
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    Ah, that makes sense since the original iPhone really wasn't subsidized so it doesn't matter how long you've had the contract. Good deal. 16gb iphone, here I come.
    Portable DAP: iPod nano 4G 8GB (green)
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