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3g iPhone [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2008, 20:05
So who's getting it?

I have a Sprint SERO plan w/corp discount. In essence, I pay a little less than $25/mo after taxes. Why I would move to essentially the same plan for about three times what I currently pay? I don't know. I guess you only live once.

Anyone else picking up an iPhone?
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Re: 3g iPhone [#permalink] New post 14 Jul 2008, 06:07
Yea.. Picked it up on Saturday. Been enjoying using it since then. Did you pick it up yet?
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Re: 3g iPhone [#permalink] New post 14 Jul 2008, 06:45
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Yea.. Picked it up on Saturday. Been enjoying using it since then. Did you pick it up yet?


Not yet. I'm waiting for some contracts to expire and then go with a family plan to save some $$$. I do like how the phone feels in the hand. Much improved in that dept. Oh, and the 2 hour lines deterred me as well.
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Re: 3g iPhone [#permalink] New post 14 Jul 2008, 07:36
2-hour lines??? I had a friend of mine that waited for 5.5 hours and then got to #7 in line and was called away to surgery. He was pissed. He had to wait almost 3 hours the next day.

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yellowjacket wrote:
Yea.. Picked it up on Saturday. Been enjoying using it since then. Did you pick it up yet?


Not yet. I'm waiting for some contracts to expire and then go with a family plan to save some $$$. I do like how the phone feels in the hand. Much improved in that dept. Oh, and the 2 hour lines deterred me as well.

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Re: 3g iPhone [#permalink] New post 06 Aug 2008, 00:06
i picked mine up yesterday -- it's pretty slick but the GPS is pretty slow and the battery life totally sucks!! oh and the bluetooth seems kinda poor quality too, at least compared to my previous phone (treo 680).
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Re: 3g iPhone [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2008, 07:24
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i picked mine up yesterday -- it's pretty slick but the GPS is pretty slow and the battery life totally sucks!! oh and the bluetooth seems kinda poor quality too, at least compared to my previous phone (treo 680).


battery life is ridiculously horrible. You have to turn off 3g. it's just not an option, which makes its name a misnomer.
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Re: 3g iPhone [#permalink] New post 14 Aug 2008, 14:10
I'm on an old grandfathered tmobile plan, I get 1500 minutes, unlimited data, unlimited nights and weekends for $50 a mo .... The closest plan from ATT is $109!!

I'm happy with my jailbroken and unlocked first gen phone and see no reason to ever change until tmobile forces me out of my contract.
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