So I went shopping for an iPhone 4S. I was quiet surprised how none of the providers would give me special deals, because they weren't allowed by Apple? How is this allowed that Apple is placing restrictions on what the telecom providers can do in a free market? At first, I was 100% set on getting an iPhone 4S. But after recieving special deals for the new Samsung Galaxy Prime at the fraction of the price of an iPhone 4S, I'm really starting to doubt. ( it's really tiny and underspecced so no idea where this massive price difference comes from besides Apple fixing the prices ). Apple is lucky that I really don't like the current Android 2.3.3 I tried on the Samsung Galaxy S2. So if ICS 4.0 on the Samsung Nexus Prime is just as bad as 2.3.3, I'll just suck it up and just buy the iPhone 4S at the fixed price.