***THIS IS ALL UNDER THE ASSUMPTION THAT I GET A NEW CONTRACT WITH AT&T*** i have been with t-mobile only and never been with at&t before so apple announced a new iphone called the iphone 3gs. as a result, the price of the old iphone 3g has been adjusted old iphone 3g 8gb - 100 iphone 3gs 16gb - 200 iphone 3gs 32 gb - 300 old iphone 3g 8gb without contract iphone 3g 8gb - 65 (originally 100, 35 cashback) one month service - 70 activation fee - 36 cancellation fee - 175 total = 346 thoughts? edit: included the bing.com 35% CB on phone ---everything below this point is the old post - ignore it please ---- This is what I posted on ipodtouchfans.com: it has come to my attention that there are further discounts available. if you do live.com CB, you can get 35% cashback on iphone + contract. however, i do not know if it's 35% cashback on just the phone unit or 1st month's cost as well. in any case, the "live.com CB" deal will be: iphone 3g 8gb - 130 (originally 200) one month service - 70 activation fee - 36 cancellation fee - 175 total = 411** reburbished: iphone 3g 8gb - 65 (originally 100) one month service - 70 activation fee - 36 cancellation fee - 175 total = 346** **it's possible it may be cheaper if the cashback also includes CB on first month of service (~25 dollars cheaper) of course, it's live.com CB program so it will take months to get your money back. anyone know of other deals or errors in my math? thanks! edit: oops, i hit submit too early. i forgot to include the best buy offerings. best buy silver: iphone 3g 8gb - 100 (originally 200) one month service - 70 activation fee - 36 cancellation fee - 175 total = 381** however, although the deal seems good, it comes with problems. first, i need to find someone who is a silver members (i know a couple of friends who work @ best buy but i do not know if they have achieved silver status or if they are willing to buy one for me). also, since best buy is a 3rd-party retailer for AT&T, they might charge more for early termination fee. any insight on this guys?