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slgynn29

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anyone notice that there is no more "2 year contract info" at the bottom of the screen on the commercial?
 

timschizzle

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Yeah, just notice that
i made a post earlier today about me calling AT&T. I don't remember if i mentioned this in the post i made, but i asked since im not eligible for an upgrade, do i have to sign for another 2 years, and she said no. so maybe thats why they took it off. because its not true for all the people buying it, only new customers.
 

Spin This!

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My guess is Apple is still wringing AT&T around the neck about what they're planning.

Or they're just messing with people... just to see what the response is.
 

Youngbinks

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This is why we know nothing about the data or voice plan or anything about the service. Has Att said anything about this phone since January?
Exactly! I think it is ridiculous to be this quiet about something this big. Sadly though, I don't think they are being quiet, I think they just have no idea for sure as of yet, which is even worse.
 

joe

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Exactly! I think it is ridiculous to be this quiet about something this big. Sadly though, I don't think they are being quiet, I think they just have no idea for sure as of yet, which is even worse.
I don't mind the mystery as long as the ending is good. ;)
 

ColsTiger

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Exactly! I think it is ridiculous to be this quiet about something this big. Sadly though, I don't think they are being quiet, I think they just have no idea for sure as of yet, which is even worse.
They probably got tired of their customer service agents being tied up all day answering questions about the two year extensions. I guess they would rather wait until they get you in the store to drop that on you.
 

mav

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Maybe AT&T finally saw the light, or Apple made them see it and took this requirement off.
 

Spin This!

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You know I thought about that... Apple could have hooked up with Tracfone (or somebody else) who leases everyone elses networks, but it seems Apple decided to go right to the source of one of them anyway.
 

Marksman

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I don't know why Apple just didn't develop(or lease) their own cell network be their own service provider.
That is like asking why Apple does not build their own internet for their macintoshes, or start their own record label for their iPod.
 

wjp09

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or maybe they didn't see the light and Apple made them see it. Heres what jobs probably did.
" If you don't take that off ill buy your company and fire you" :) have a nice day.
 

joe

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or maybe they didn't see the light and Apple made them see it. Heres what jobs probably did.
" If you don't take that off ill buy your company and fire you" :) have a nice day.
Weren't they Apple's own ads?