Restocking fee for "upgrading" to 32GB?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by BeyondtheTech, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. BeyondtheTech macrumors 68020

    BeyondtheTech

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    So, I'm just about to get my 16GB iPhone 4 today, and I'm on the fence about upgrading to 32GB when I heard that HD recording will consume approximately 4.75GB per hour (!). I've waited this long (sold my 3GS right around the time of the Gizmodo leak and dying here with a flip phone), and since I'm still thinking about it, I'll open and activate the 16GB as soon as I receive it.

    I'm just wondering if I decide to get the 32GB version, is the restocking fee at 10% or 15%, and is it against the subsidized or unsubsidized price? I can cough up the extra $30+tax for the difference (I've spent worse at strip clubs, restaurants, and junk on the App Store), but an extra $90+tax (based on 15% of $599) over the $100 upgrade is rather costly.

    So, what's the actual restocking fee and against what price?
     
  2. BeyondtheTech thread starter macrumors 68020

    BeyondtheTech

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    Anyone work or visit Apple recently can confirm the penalty price?
     
  3. Vertigo50 macrumors 65816

    Vertigo50

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    Dude, just leave it in the box if you're not sure. You could probably exchange it on Friday.

    Self-control, self-control, self-control.
     
  4. realeric macrumors 65816

    realeric

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    It's unethical to open the box if you don't want to buy it even though you willing to pay restocking fee. please. ;)
     

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