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MacBytes
Mar 18, 2009, 01:53 PM
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Link: Can Apple Keep a Shine on the iPhone? (http://www.macbytes.com/link.php?sid=20090318145333)
Description:: Just waiting for the article from shocked analysts surprised at the new iPhones success in a few months.

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Charliekid21
Mar 18, 2009, 03:33 PM
Man this guys facts are awful :eek:. I wish the iPhone 3g was released the beginning of 2008 haha:apple:

jayducharme
Mar 18, 2009, 03:53 PM
AT&T's comparably priced plan, its cheapest, doesn't include texts.

And this may be the biggest hindrance to new customers getting an iPhone -- feeling that AT&T doesn't give enough bang for the buck, or that it doesn't have good service. I've been happy with it so far, but many people I know seem as attached to their cell provider as they are to their spouses.

Because iPhone owners are heavy multimedia and Web users, "we feel that a lot of the iPhone users more than anyone else might migrate over," says Zer01's CEO Ben Piilani.

And how exactly could they do that, considering the iPhone is locked to AT&T's network and must be activated upon purchase? Will Zer01 assist people with jailbreaking their iPhones?

victry1
Mar 18, 2009, 09:49 PM
And this may be the biggest hindrance to new customers getting an iPhone -- feeling that AT&T doesn't give enough bang for the buck, or that it doesn't have good service. I've been happy with it so far, but many people I know seem as attached to their cell provider as they are to their spouses.



And how exactly could they do that, considering the iPhone is locked to AT&T's network and must be activated upon purchase? Will Zer01 assist people with jailbreaking their iPhones?

I thought the same thing. I'm interested in knowing how that would be possible without unlocking and jailbreaking. Wonder if Apple would be adding them to their list of providers........:confused: