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Thread: I have an 3G iPhone now but will want to upgrade to the new iPhone

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    Default I have an 3G iPhone now but will want to upgrade to the new iPhone
    Do you think AT&T will have a deal if you already own an iPhone and would like to upgrade to the new iPhone that I guess will be released on June sometime.

    Why does everyone here suck.
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    i think we should play the what if game.

    What if you didn't post stupid threads and then say everyone here sucks when they done reply to a dumb thread that will only be speculation till the new phone(if there is one) is released.
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    Hey 4Torrenty...




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    Wow is this 4chan?

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    They will most likely let you upgrade at a discount price with a new 2 year contract commitment.

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    It'll probably be similar to the early upgrade pricing that's in place now. Considering AT&T won't normally let a iPhone 3G owner replace a 3G at the cheap ($199/$299) prices, this policy won't change much.

    I'd watch your upgrade eligibility status online and see if it changes in the next month... that'd be a clue.
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