AT&T Is Extending Upgrade Eligibility For IPhone 3G S

Posted: Jun 17 2009, 1:16pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:57pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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Many existing iPhone 3G owners screamed very loud because of the $200 extra they would have to pay to get the iPhone 3G S.
Today AT&T issued an update to the iPhone 3G S upgrade policy. For a limited time AT&T offers iPhone 3G customers who are upgrade eligible in July, August, or September 2009 their best upgrade pricing for the iPhone 3G S, beginning Thursday, June 18th.
AT&T says if you want the new iPhone 3G S you should go to a store on Friday. You may also preorder online on June 18th at AT&T, and your iPhone 3G S will arrive in 7 – 14 days. Or you can purchase iPhone 3G S at Apple's retail and online stores, as well as at other popular retailers.

If you are not falling into the new rules for upgrade you should still ask AT&T as you might qualify for the iPhone 3G S early upgrade price of $399 (16GB) or $499 (32GB).
Via this AT&T announcement.

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