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post #121 of 132
Saddo's! too much frickin time on their hands. . . .
post #122 of 132
I wonder what people will have to say about all countries launching iPhone 3G now that it has run out of stock 4 days before launch in the UK.

http://www.o2.co.uk/iphone

Same thing will happen on opening night across Asia.
post #123 of 132
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I doubt Apple marketing had anything to do with these squatters.

I'm starting to think you've called it right after I read this letter!!
post #124 of 132
"voice dialing" i am waiting for the apps store but here is a product more than i need but may work, i just dont want to hack my phone to use it.

http://macdailynews.com/index.php/we...omments/17774/
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post #125 of 132
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However, buying an iPhone under contract for $199 or $299, paying for one month of service plus activation fee at $105, and then canceling the contract an hour later for $175 is only $479 and $579. That is more than one hundred dollars below the full retail price of the handset.

If you cancel before 30 days, you have to return the iPhone.
post #126 of 132
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If you cancel before 30 days, you have to return the iPhone.

They allow you to back out of the contract within 30 days without a cancelation penalty, which requires a return of the device. You can still cancel your contract before that, but you are charged the cancelation fee if you do not return the device.
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post #127 of 132
From what I have read, the AT&T memo states,
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Note: This modified return policy applies only to customers who purchase from AT&T stores.

3G Devices
The return policy for 3G is changing from 14 days to 30 days for both Apple and AT&T stores.

To cancel service within the first 30 days, the customer must return their equipment to the place of purchase (no exceptions).
If the customer cancels service after 30 days, they will be charged the ETF. The customer is not required to return the device to cancel after 30 days.

(emphasis mine)
I guess if you buy at the Apple Store, no worries. We'll have to see if AT&T stores stick to their guns.
post #128 of 132
iDiots
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Originally Posted by alpal16 View Post

So, do we call these people "iHeads"?

iDiots
post #130 of 132
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Originally Posted by datamaxxx View Post

iDiots

Did you think that you didn't make your joke/point with your first post?
post #131 of 132
Anyone know if these people are still in line? And, are there others in line?

Thanks,
Henry Ledgard
post #132 of 132
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Originally Posted by sapporobaby View Post

Does it count as a queue if they are bringing mine to the embassy on Friday morning and I have to wait with the security guards until it passes through the scanners and x-ray machines?

Also, I might have missed it but is there the ability to use VoIP applications on the new iPhone or has Apple sort of "blocked" this via the SDK?

I did read that an app will be available from AppStore that allows you to make VoiP calls when connected to a wireless network.
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