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If you have a AT&T Cell phone, what is a No Commitment Pricing for a iphone?

My mom has a at&t samsung cell phone the lime green one. Anyway, it says on her account she can get a no commitment pricing iphone at participating retail stores. Can someone please explain what this means? It also says on her account "You may qualify for a full discount on a standard iPhone upgrade on 11/13/2011"

My mom wants a iphone, i dont get why all this hussle and bussle over it, its pathetic really. I dont see why she "Needs" one just because other people have it. And i really dont care, i just want to figure out what a no commitment pricing cell phone is for a iphone so i can tell her. Every time we go to the att store they dont explain things right to her and she gets all confused and gets things twisted.

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 4:25 PM on Feb. 11, 2011 in Technology

Answers (4)
  • $599 for the 16GB $699 for the 32GB. It means you can pay full price for the iphone without have a 2 yr contract with them.
    Charis76

    Answer by Charis76 at 4:34 PM on Feb. 11, 2011

  • thanks i will tell her but they had a AD on her account if she paid the past due that she could buy the iphone for $49.99. but i told her that i didnt know all about that and it was probably something else.
    Anonymous

    Comment by Anonymous (original poster) at 4:47 PM on Feb. 11, 2011

  • I would want to make sure that it wasn't a refurb phone for that price or a 3rd gen instead of the 4th gen. I think regardless though for that price it would mean that she would have to sign up for a a contract. Tell her to keep in mind she will also have to pay a min of an extra $15 a month with an iphone. You have to have a data plan.
    Charis76

    Answer by Charis76 at 4:54 PM on Feb. 11, 2011

  • The $49 is for the 3rd Generation 8GB iPhone at ATT.
    twinsplus2more

    Answer by twinsplus2more at 1:37 PM on Feb. 13, 2011

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