Hello there, Not really sure where to post about this, but I need a little advice... I've been with Rogers for a LONG time, probably 8+ years, and am fed up. I recently split off a family plan (last fall), they did a credit check, I kept my own number, and I was happy until I got my first solo bill to see that they put me down on a 3 year term, Didn't offer me a new phone, or anything. I called back asking to be put on a month to month term which was what I wanted to begin with. NOPE. We can't do that. I got bounced through 3 reps until I got to someone much higher up the food chain that dropped me down to a 1 year term. Fine, whatever. Then I heard Telus/Bell will be offering the iPhone.. (At the time, Roger's 3G coverage was ONLY in the major cities) within a month of Telus and Bells announcement, Roger's 3G coverage suddenly expanded. They've had 3G Coverage only in the cities for the past 3 years, yet when Telus announces they will have complete 3G Coverage over their existing network, THEN Rogers decides to get competitive? No thanks. Anyway, I don't care about cancellation penalties or anything, I'll gladly pay $120 or whatever is needed to get out of my contract... But since I'm in a smaller town, I wasn't sure about the iPhones actual coverage here... I ran into someone that had one, and was with Telus, and they said the coverage is really good. So here's my question (sorry for the mini rant), I'm going to get an iPhone on Telus right away (Today hopefully, Called the local Telus store, they have a 16GB, Black 3Gs in stock and are holding it for me until I get off work)... But I'm concerned because Apple has been releasing a new iPhone every summer. I'm willing to sign up with Telus on a 3 year term and get the 16GB 3Gs iPhone for $199... But if a new one comes out this summer that has amazing new features, I'd be willing to sell my current one for something like $499 (give or take what the buying price is at the time), then use that towards paying the $200 difference and just buy the new one without a contract for $699 or whatever it comes out as. Is this practical? The main reason I want one soon, is I'm going to be taking a mini vacation to Toronto in April, and I'd love to have 3G Access to take pics, upload them, and keep better in contact with people. (My Current European Nokia N95 is a great cell phone, but with no 3G access, and only Edge, its a bit painful speed wise.) So mainly, would it be possible to buy the current 3Gs on contract, then thus summer buy a new one without a contract, swap the sim cards (would I also have to call and let Telus know I purchased a new one?), then sell the old iPhone? Is there anything I need to do with the old iPhone in this situation, other than do a complete wipe of it and factory reset... Thanks in advance!