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    Default $100 Apple Store credit............

    The $100 iPhone Apple Store credit should be redeemed against ATT phone bill.
    Moreover, the credit is not transferable



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    Haha, it should be yes

    btw if you bought your iPhone with AMEX credit card, you might get your 200 bucks back. Its covered in there policy, the price changing falls under it. I read it on another forum.

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    Would've been awesome if leopard was out right now, could've put it towards it..

    Or better yet, customers who have an iphone instead of $100 store credit get leopard free LOL, like that would happen!

    steve jobs is so nice, will bill gates ever do something like this ?

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    @ TripleD you remember where you have seen the topic concerning AMEX price changing policy? I have paid the phone with my Amex ;-)

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    Does anyone know when and how we can redeem our store credits?


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    Quote Originally Posted by splicer261 View Post
    steve jobs is so nice, will bill gates ever do something like this ?
    Errr...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Gates
    Quote Originally Posted by wiki
    In 2000, Gates and his wife founded the charitable Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The generosity and extensive philanthropy of David Rockefeller has been credited as a major influence. Bill Gates and his father have met with Rockefeller several times and have modeled their giving in part on the Rockefeller family's philanthropic focus, namely those global problems that are ignored by governments and other organizations.[55]

    The foundation's grants have provided funds for college scholarships for under-represented minorities, AIDS prevention, diseases prevalent in third world countries, and other causes. In 2000, the Gates Foundation endowed the University of Cambridge with $210 million for the Gates Cambridge Scholarships. The Foundation has also pledged over $7 billion to its various causes, including $1 billion to the United Negro College Fund. According to a 2004 Forbes magazine article, Gates gave away over $29 billion to charities from 2000 onwards. These donations are usually cited as sparking a substantial change in attitudes towards philanthropy among the very rich, with philanthropy becoming the norm.[56]
    Bit more than a few iphone refunds.

    I like Apple's products, but I don't kid myself that Job's wants to give me any charity. This is more about "customer investment" than anything else.

 

 

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