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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by snarestud940, Apr 5, 2013.
Wat the title says?
Yes at 12.00 am friday. The price is another issue
I do not think it is t-mobile version per se, it is just unlocked iPhone 5 with t-mobile compatible frequencies.
there is no mention of t-mobile so far in the apple website (same applies to all the other regional carriers) they are on their own (i meant t-mobile and regional carriers).
I'm still fuzzy on this too. Right now if you want to go to apple and get a T-Mo compatible iphone you get a MD293LL/A device. If you go there next week will they give you an A1428 if you tell them you want to use it on T-Mobile?
Just go to a T-Mobile store and save $70. Why spend $649 @ Apple when you can get it for $579 directly from T-Mobile. Then you can be sure that you get the right version.
I think you have to pay for 1 month of service if you get it at T-Mobile.
Gotcha. Maybe the $579 price is only for new customers or those switching to the new plans.
So you cant buy it full price with no service at that price?
I think that's kind of the lingering question that no one really has an answer to yet. Makes sense that you'd have to sign up for a new plan or something because then they would just have a bunch of people lined up to get one there and use it on AT&T or something.
talked to CSR, you can't.
the $579 price is for the simple choice plan.
you'll probably ending paying the same (if not more) than the apple store.