I'm considering purchasing a warranty from SquareTrade after I buy my iPhone. I'll be a new AT&T customer, so I'll be paying the subsidized price. But the SquareTrade instructions indicate that you should tell them "the item's original price (before any sign-up discounts)." My question is this - is the original price the "early upgrade price" of $399/$499? Or is it the "no commitment price" of $599/$699? SquareTrade suggests that the original price might be on the receipt for the purpose of calculating sales tax, but in case it's not, I'm just trying to figure this out. Obviously, the price you input will affect the cost of the warranty, but also how much they'll pay out if something happens to the phone. Do people think Apple will still replace damaged iPhones that are not covered by warranty for $250? If so, then the highest-priced SquareTrade warranty isn't worth it. But, if they're going to charge you the full "no commitment price" if your iPhone is broken outside of the warranty, then having the full protection might be good.