Sell iPhone 4 in anticipation of 4s or 5 release?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by malibuboats91, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. malibuboats91 macrumors regular

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    I have a iPhone 4 right now that I bought last November. I saw that you can sell it on nextworth.com for $250 and have 21 days to send it to them. Now I was thinking that I would sell it to them on Monday night right before they change the deal. Then I can wait till the new iphone is out before I send mine in or cancel the order to them if it is not released. Does this sound like a good idea to get my money back plus another $50 from what I paid? Do you guys think that AT&T will be running the deal that they had with the iPhone 4's where you could upgrade from your 3gs with another 2 year contract and $200?? Any suggestions on this deal would be great! I have been watching all the different rumors going around and am overly anxious to get one, as I'm sure all of you are. Thanks!
     
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  4. malibuboats91 thread starter macrumors regular

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    Do you think that att will run the deal where an existing iPhone user can upgrade? I was thinking if I sell it on that website then I have the 21 days of leeway to wait for the release if it happens.
     
  5. imac9556 macrumors 6502a

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    I just sold my iPhone 4 for $385 cash. You can get much more via private party sales.
    Check whether you are eligible: go to the phone app, then dial pad. Dial #NEW* and then you will get a text to see whether you are qualified for the subsidized pricing.
     
  6. malibuboats91 thread starter macrumors regular

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    I'm eligible July of 2012 and my dad the main line is November of 2011. Do you guys remember what the promo was to the the 4 if you had a 4gs? I thought it was just any existing iPhone customer could get the new iPhone with a new 2 year contract and $200
     

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