Supports up to H+ on other GSM networks. Also considering the LTE band limits on the AT&T one, the Verizon is a much better buy for an unlocked phone.Then that's different. Verizon iPhones aren't as sought after as unlocked GSM (at&t) ones. Should have mentioned that in the OP.
This.I feel like people are going to tell him to hold out until eventually the price drops, and he gets less than what he wants.
True. I don't even really want to sell it too badly. But I could put a little cash in and get a 32gb probably.This.
Prices can and will change quickly. When the very first iPhone came out the prices people were paying on eBay dropped dramatically within a day's time. As soon as supply starts to catch up to demand (even in the least) prices will come down.
If you can sell it now and make a little money on it I would do it. If you wait you're gambling.
Well if you're not hell bent on selling it, I wouldn't do it unless it makes sense. I mean assuming you're going to have to pay full price for another one you'll need almost $800 out the door for the 32gb model. So if you can get that much for your 16gb one it makes total sense. Otherwise, (again assuming you got the first one on subsidy discount) you are pretty much breaking even if you have to put cash in to upgrade to the 32.True. I don't even really want to sell it too badly. But I could put a little cash in and get a 32gb probably.
Yes, but the next iPhone will not qualify for a subsidy till a few years later.This may seem like a dumb question, but could I sell my new iPhone and then go buy another phone from Verizon?
Or will they wonder where my iPhone went?
Also, if I do this what do I need to do?Do I just remove the Sim card and reset the phone or are there other things I need to do?