Maybe Refund on Touch $20 Upgrade Fee if Bought After Jan. 1st

patrickj

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Engadget is reporting that iPod Touch users who bought after January 1st, may be due a refund of the $20 for the January apps upgrade. Not confirmed by Apple Inc. yet. Article is HERE. And here's an excerpt:

If you got your touch after January 1st, you should still be within the window of Apple's price protection, meaning Apple's standard policy for this stuff should allow you to update your touch apps and apply for a credit back on the $20 levy. The Apple mothership didn't yet confirm, but multiple customer service agents said those who bought online shouldn't have a problem getting their Jackson back, son (and those who bought in an Apple store should run on over to get a $20 refund).
 

iStealth

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Engadget is reporting that iPod Touch users who bought after January 1st, may be due a refund of the $20 for the January apps upgrade. Not confirmed by Apple Inc. yet. Article is HERE. And here's an excerpt:

If you got your touch after January 1st, you should still be within the window of Apple's price protection, meaning Apple's standard policy for this stuff should allow you to update your touch apps and apply for a credit back on the $20 levy. The Apple mothership didn't yet confirm, but multiple customer service agents said those who bought online shouldn't have a problem getting their Jackson back, son (and those who bought in an Apple store should run on over to get a $20 refund).
They should do it for all of them, that makes no logical sense at all for Apple to do it for only the 1/1/08 and after people.
 

KNK

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I think the whole thing stinks for the $20 upgrade anyway.

Remember the big price reduction fiasco that resulted in the $100 rebate?