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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Dmaynard83, Oct 3, 2014.
Just curious if anyone has had success buying one full price
I went there 2 weeks ago, and they had a 16G SG 6+, they would only sell it under contract.
Thanks for the reply
This practice is so bizarre.
Are they even allowed to do that? I would have followed up with a Manager.
I think it's because people like Target make ZERO profit on the phone. They get paid by selling contracts..
Adding a line then canceling it is often cheaper than paying full retail price.
Not in my area either. I've gotten multiple alerts today for Apple stores, though. Unfortunately I'm not in town.
So I add a line with Verizon and then cancel it, I will pay for phone at contract price and then the $350 ETF fee? Wonder if there is any other fees in there? Has anyone on here done this before?
Yes I've done it. You purchase at contract price. Keep service for 14 days, then pay ETF. Overall it saved me about $75.
they don't even offer ATT NEXT program...I walked in, and they said only upgrade, yes, upgrade ONLY. not even ATT NEXT, I walk home and getting nothing.
They get paid by selling 2 year contracts.
Just did it but am not planning on paying the ETF fee. T-Mobile is gonna pay my ETF since I'm switching to them right after signing a two year contract for Verizon. That's right, I just got an iPhone 6 plus 128gb for $499
Haven't got the bill yet, so not sure how much it will be. I still have to pay for one day of service and the activation fee.
Why give up the 6+? That'd a requirement to give up the device isn't it?
Adding a line and paying $299 + Tax (California) 8% = $58.92 plus cancellation fee of $350 = 708.92 you save $100..
Can't cancel till after 14 days or else you have to return the device. Then if it's a new line of service, you have to pay an activation fee of $30 followed by an upgrade fee of $35. I'll let you do the math since you're so good at it.
... So it's better to just pay full price?
My head hurts