$30 off iPhone?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by kavika411, May 23, 2007.

  1. kavika411 macrumors 6502a

    kavika411

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    $30 isn't much when talking about something as expensive as the iPhone, but every little bit helps. Because of changes at work (i.e. no more free blackberry) I had to get a phone/service today. I went to Cingular and signed a two year contract and bought their cheapest phone. It is $30. But, I get a $30 rebate AND, according to the salesperson who knows I plan to buy the iPhone, I can return the phone I got today within 30 days and get credit torwards another phone, including the iPhone. I get the credit even if I got the rebate. The only way I get hosed is if the iPhone comes out after June 23rd.

    Again, $30 ain't much, but it's essentially free money.
     
  2. yagran macrumors 6502a

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    any money is good money :D
     
  3. buymeaniphone macrumors 6502

    buymeaniphone

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    i would have changed the phone to a Sony Ericsson W300i, you would have gotten $75 off with that phone.
     
  4. aricher macrumors 68020

    aricher

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    How do you know you'll get to upgrade to an iPhone after you have already signed a contract for another phone. I thought the price of the iPhone was based on a new 2 year contract. I'm hoping that they'll have some upgrade path for current Cingular customers as I have a little over 1 year left on my current contract.
     
  5. MisterMe macrumors G4

    MisterMe

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    Nowhere have you heard that the iPhone would be subsidized. All reports are that you will get the iPhone for one of two prices based on the storage available on the model you buy-- $499 for 4 GB and $599 for 8GB.
     

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