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    Post [iPhone 3G] how will I get it without ATT ?

    Heres the deal. I am planning to get 3G when it drops but HOW do I get this WITHOUT a contract? I just want the phone. I heard from some connecs that they found ways to get it WITHOUT contract.. does anybody here know?

    I'll pay over $199 IF I can get it with no contract.



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    i ll pay 50 $ more than what u pay

    haha ..

    looks like we ll just have to wait and watch as to what happens...

    i wouldnt sell MY iphone for the moment

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    selling your phone probably wasnt the best idea as there is a distinct possibility that it will be impossible to get the new iPhone without a contract.

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    You can buy the iPhone without contract in Italy, France, Belgium and UK so far, more will follow and the price will be around 500 for the 8GB.
    Is nobody READING the news?

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    If you are willing to pay more, here is an easy way. Get the phone at AT&T, sign up for the contract, and then just pay the ETF and cancel. Phone is all yours.


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    here's something i read elsewhere, just get it from att with the contract, then "move" somewhere where they don't have coverage, and they'll be forced to cancel your contract without any fees.

    I don't condone this or reccomend it and i'm pretty sure the place i saw it meant it as a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iphonepleasework View Post
    If you are willing to pay more, here is an easy way. Get the phone at AT&T, sign up for the contract, and then just pay the ETF and cancel. Phone is all yours.
    lol awesome idea
    iphone 8gb = 200
    cancelation = 200
    total =400$
    not bad =D

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    It's not that simple, though i wish it was, they are making you return the phone if you cancel early or pay the other half of the subsidation on top of the ETF, thats lookin a little pricey...

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    Good friend at ATT retail location hinted that the new iPhone will be a a contract phone. The lower price Steve Job talked about is the ATT subsidized price.

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    Yep.. Actually it will be $175 for cancellation. It would then cost 375. thats not a bad deal.

    I sold my phone too and waiting for July 11th.


 

 
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