Att iPhone Upgrade

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by syclonefx, Jun 30, 2008.

  1. syclonefx macrumors regular

    syclonefx

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    #1
    I login to my Att account and I'm eligible for an upgrade on my account, and now it states

    This line is eligible for reduced equipment pricing when you sign up for a new 2-year service agreement. All iPhone purchases require a 2-year service commitment.

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  2. ChrisN macrumors 65816

    ChrisN

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    Demarest, NJ
    #2
    Hopefully i see that for my dads phone :)

    ChrisN

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    Pulled from my account
    You can take advantage of our no-commitment pricing option, with the exception of iPhone which requires a 2-year commitment.This line may be eligible for an equipment discount on 10/09/2009 More Details
    I don't know now :/
     
  3. xraydoc macrumors 604

    xraydoc

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    Current iPhone owners can upgrade, though it requires renewing the contract (i.e., start the two year commitment over).
     
  4. cryo macrumors member

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    Nobody know for sure what this means, but here's what I see about it that might be positive: 1. It implies we can buy the iPHone 3G next week, even if locked in a contract (price is not clear. 2. Since AT&T has officially stated there is not a no-commitment pricing for the phone (as this makes clear since all buyers must sign a 2 year contact), which always has meant a higher price for any other phone, I am hoping it mean there is no higher price. I could be wrong, but we'll see soon.
     
  5. angel1286 macrumors member

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    we do know that the pricing for the new iphone is subsidized, so at some point att will announce an unsubsidized price. it looks like you won't be able to get the iphone at the 199/299 pricepoint.
     
  6. cryo macrumors member

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    What is your source? AT&T has said nothing of the sort, officially. It doesn't look like anything yet.
     

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