APPLE NEWS: iPhone 3GS Launch Details, AT&T Screw Customers…

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iPhone 3Gs

As Prince would say a Contract is for suckers, unfortunately the US Cell Phone companies have us by the gonads.  I’m not going to go completely nuts on this, until I talk to my AT&T rep and see if I still qualify for an “upgrade” since I’ve only had my iPhone account for 2 months. But they really are f’ing their loyal customers over on an crappy upgraded phone. Let’s face it the iPhone 3GS is a useless, pointless “upgrade,” that provides almost nothing substantial. The reason I want it is strictly to get the 32-Gigs of extra space but if it weren’t for that I wouldn’t even bother.

There will be two separate lines at your local AT&T store, one for folks who pre-order the new iPhone 3GS and one for everyone else. Customers who are new to AT&T or current customers that have gone through at least 18 months on their current contract will be able to score an iPhone 3GS for $199 (16GB) and $299 (32GB). Current iPhone 3G customers who wish to upgrade to an iPhone 3G S, but haven’t yet reached the 18 month mark must pay $399/$499 or $599/$699 respectively for the 16GB and 32GB models based on how much time is left on their two-year contracts.

7 thoughts on “APPLE NEWS: iPhone 3GS Launch Details, AT&T Screw Customers…”

  1. Ummm yea. I have had my 3 g for 8 months and just prre ordered a 32 gig s model for 499. Att told me 6 months was the minimum time required for an early upgrade

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