What is the price for the iPhone 3G without a contract?

tHe KiNg 911

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Original poster
Sep 10, 2008
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Hi people...


I want to know how much is the iPhone 3G sold for
at AT&T, but the one without the contract.


The 8 gig's
and the 16 gig.






Thanks@!;)
 

Niiro13

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Feb 12, 2008
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I don't think AT&T has offered that yet.

They did state that the prices (when they do offer it) will be $599/$699.
 

Tallest Skil

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Aug 13, 2006
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I was very much under the impression that you can't buy them not tied to a carrier in the U.S.

If you can, I was also very much under the impression that you can't go more than a month without activating them or else you'll incur a grievous fee.
 

siurpeeman

macrumors 603
Dec 2, 2006
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the OC
i may be wrong but...

i think both subsidized and unsubsidized iphones require a two-year contract with at&t. they announced that they would offer subscription-free pricing at a later date, but they have yet to do so.
 

tHe KiNg 911

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Sep 10, 2008
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ThaNx

hi there,


Thanx everybody...

that really helped.



My cousin was in the u.s


and he got me on for 600$
8 gigs.




AgaIn,
Thank U EverybodY:)
 

Rybold

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Jun 23, 2008
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California, USA
In the United States, right now there are only three places you can buy an iPhone3G:
-AT&T Store
-Apple Store
-Best Buy

The last time I asked, I was told that you cannot buy an iPhone3G without
signing up for a contract with AT&T at the time that you buy the phone.
When the iPhone3G was first launched, Steve Jobs said that eventually,
you would be able to buy the phone without a contract, but that it wouldn't be
until several months after the initial launch. Maybe that time is coming up soon.
They said it would cost $699 and $799, depending on GB.
 

PNutts

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Jul 24, 2008
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