AT&T did not do anything so I don't hold this against them. Heck, they got notice of this waaaaay later than they would have preferred from what I have read.Since the price drop of the iPhone, are you going to cancel your AT&T contract pay the ETF and return the iPhone and pay restocking fee? Is anyone willing to do that?
Yeah the new Blackberry 8820 (soon to come out on AT&T, was suppose to be out 2 days ago, but looks like sometime in the next week or so) is kind of sweet. Your right, not as pretty as an iPhone but has wifi, GPS and is able to use a 32GB storage card (though these cards are not out yet), bluetooth with voice dialing, push email, etc etc etc. Overall its a sick little device. I myself am thinking of giving my little brother my iPhone, get the 8820 and a 16GB iPod Touch for my media stuff. I never really minded having 2 devices. One as a PDA/Phone and one for media. Still waiting out for an update or two and want to see some real world reviews of the 8820 once it comes out.AT&T did not do anything so I don't hold this against them. Heck, they got notice of this waaaaay later than they would have preferred from what I have read.
I am seriously considering getting the new Curve or the current Blackberry 8800 right now as they will/do have REAL GPS and can do everything an iPhone can do and more. It won't be as pretty and sexy but I have used BBs for a LONG time and my gf still uses a BB and she has often made fun of the iPhone for getting beat by a BB in most of its functionality.
If you are a hardcore user and looking at the BB, check out Jive Talk as it is the best IM client I have EVER seen. They have it in alpha for the iPhone but Apple limiting the apps to Safari ruins it.
if you're within the 14 days, obviously you're due a refund or something. that's Apple policy. its all the other people that i think are out of hand and stirring up stuff unnecessarilyThe reason why I thought I deserved a refund is because I was in my 14 day purchase limit. Working in the tech field I understand how technology prices go down over time.