Do you have to pay activation fees if you order an iPhone to ship to home?

DBZmusicboy01

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I am so confused...but when the next iPhone comes out will it be better to be at the store or better to order it? But the thing is I just don't want to wait 1-3 weeks for it to get here. I just hope Apple makes enough iPhones I had a dream few months ago all the new iPhones were sold out except one but it was in white so I refused to take it. I AM SUPER EXCITED ABOUT THE NEXT iPhone every minute I keep thinking about it too much. More than Grand Theft Auto 5
 

batting1000

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Sep 4, 2011
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I am so confused...but when the next iPhone comes out will it be better to be at the store or better to order it? But the thing is I just don't want to wait 1-3 weeks for it to get here. I just hope Apple makes enough iPhones I had a dream few months ago all the new iPhones were sold out except one but it was in white so I refused to take it. I AM SUPER EXCITED ABOUT THE NEXT iPhone every minute I keep thinking about it too much. More than Grand Theft Auto 5
How many threads are you going to post?? Keep it all in one.

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You buy the phone the way you want to. Apple will make enough, but if they sell out, then you'll have to wait. Happens every year.
 

AFDoc

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Jun 29, 2012
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Wow is all I really have to say about that.

How many threads are you going to post?? Keep it all in one.
Just checked out his new thread history :eek:



As far as activation fees never ever pay them (unless you are a new customer). I spend plenty a month paying for the service they can wave a few activation fees. I always call to have them removed and they have yet to say no. At&t
 

Applejuiced

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At the iPhone hacks section.
Wow, is what I had in mind too.:D
If you have dreams or nightmares about the iphone selling out and its all you think about and such then you need to get out more. Sounds like a disorder.