Hello all, I have a question about upgrade eligibility for iPhone 4. I've been abroad in Spain for the past month and a half so haven't had a chance to call or visit AT&T to ask my questions. Last year, I bought the 3GS and had it delivered on launch day. I'm the second line on a family plan with 4 lines, and it's a Premier account because I get a discount being a student at my school. This past March, I lost my iPhone so tried out a BlackBerry Bold for a month. I was given what the rep called an "Early Upgrade," and got the phone for slightly under $400, which was a discount over full retail price. I returned the Bold (froze too often) within 30 days to wait it out for the next-gen iPhone, and have been using a Samsung prepaid crap phone since. The rep told me my eligibility was reset based on when I purchased the 3GS in June 2009. When I log on to my AT&T account, it quotes my price as $599 (!) no-commitment price, and Apple tells me I can buy it for $399 on November 20, 2010. The primary line on my account just bought the 3GS in March, and is eligible for the $399 pricing. I am wondering if my pricing of $599 is correct when I haven't bought a phone since the 3GS. Could it have something to do with the fact that I do not currently have an iPhone or a data plan registered on my line? Would this change if I (temporarily) added an iPhone + data plan to my account again so that I could be eligible for $399 pricing? Thanks a lot! I return to the States this weekend and look forward to buying a White iPhone 4 when available.