Hey all, I got an iPhone for christmas, but have not been able to activate it since I've been overseas since the 20th. I'm going to start a new contract with AT&T when I get home this Friday, but I've been thinking: would it not be possible for me to start a new contract online through newegg (thus allowing me to get a free phone and then sell it on ebay) and then just transfer the number to the iPhone after? The phone I have my eye on is this one, since it seems like such a good deal: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16875353015 The only problem that I could potentially foresee would be these terms and conditions that Newegg has: Equipment Discount Information: If I purchase a new wireless communication service plan from AT&T (which is not a substitute for an existing service plan I have with AT&T) through Newegg.com, and purchase a new wireless communication device, such as a cell phone, from Newegg.com, as part of the same order, the price for the device will include a discount of $250.00 (the "Equipment Discount"). I MUST REIMBURSE NEWEGG.COM THE AMOUNT OF THE EQUIPMENT DISCOUNT, IF I DO NOT MAINTAIN THE WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SERVICE PLAN PURCHASED AS PART OF THE ORDER IN GOOD STANDING FOR A MINIMUM OF 181 DAYS AFTER ACTIVATION. The wireless communication service plan will be considered "not to be in good standing" if: -I fail to pay the balance due by the payment due date in any month. -I cancel the service. -I change the service plan to a different service plan with a lower monthly service rate. -I transfer the equipment to another service plan. -I transfer any phone number associated with the service plan to another service plan. -I use the service plan purchased as part of the same order to replace an existing service plan I have with the same company. Anybody have any prior knowledge on this issue? I'd really like to purchase from newegg if possible, but I don't want to be charged $250 when I change phones. I definitely would not change the service plan though, if anything I would increase it from the lowest one. Thanks!