No. Upgrade-eligible and unlocked are two entirely different things. Read up on both. One has nothing to do with the other.Actually, I haven't strictly had it for two years yet but have been told by ATT that I'm upgrade-eligible. Does that actually mean that I will be able to sell this new 4 as UNLOCKED phone?
Again, no. They're two entirely separate things. Upgrade eligibility and the end of your contract generally coincide but you can be eligible before your contract expires. If you want to verify your contract end date then verify it with your carrier.More generally speaking, does being upgrade eligible entail being free to leave ATT?
Your device and your ETF are also two separate things. You could have sold your former device without ETF as well. ETF is on your line of service, not on your device unless you signed up under unusual terms that state otherwise.So, can I sell this replacement iPhone I got without paying early termination fee?
Don't just assume (like you have with other topics above) that Verizon's coverage is better. Even after checking around make sure you test real world coverage before your window to cancel with Verizon closes.We have kind of bad coverage where I live and I was thinking of moving to Verizon.
Was your phone unlocked before it was replaced?I'll be getting a new iPhone 4 as a warranty replacement. I'm thinking of upgrading to the 4s and selling the (unused) 4. I should be able to sell it unlocked. What would be a fair price I can demand on Craig's list?