Here's my question, to which I'm getting conflicting answers from two AT&T and Apple stores which I visited at lunch. My wife and I both got the original 2G iPhones in June 2007. We're on a family plan together. I upgraded to the 3G last July. So right now, she's eligible for the subsidized upgrade to the 3G S for $199 or $299 when they come out. I'm not. What I'd like to do is upgrade her line to the 3G S and then swap phones so that she is using my current 3G and I'm using the new one. The Apple store rep said, "no problem, just swap the SIM cards once you buy the new iPhone". The AT&T store person said, "can't do it, that would be fraud". I don't see why there would be a problem. We'd still have the same number of lines, we own the original outright, we'd be extending our contract, and paying more per month for the upgraded data plan. We could drop my wife's line completely if we wanted. What are your thoughts? I'm going to try calling AT&T again tonight and see what the CSRs there say.