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AT&T Selling iPhones for $99

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Dec 29, 2008, 1:56 PM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome
updated Dec 29, 2008, 3:11 PM

AT&T is currently selling refurbished iPhones on its web site for $50 less than new retail price. Until Dec. 31, the carrier is also offering an extra $50 off, bringing the cost of an iPhone 3G (refurbished, 8 GB) down to $99.

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Americanstud1987

Dec 29, 2008, 3:21 PM

Great!

Oh great! They are selling them at the price they should have started off with for such a crappy phone! Wonderful! Now all the 5 year olds can have one! Very Happy
The iphone isnt a bad phone stop being a troll. i admit it has its problems just like any other phone dont. its an ipod and a phone ;its what alot of people want.
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Aaaaand I know the minute the iPhone makes it to Tracphone you'll be all over it, too.
stephen5688

Dec 29, 2008, 3:40 PM

For new customers only

I just tried to upgrade and its $149, the $99 is for new customers only. Sad
Oh I love At&T! They rip their existing customers off so nicely! Go At&T Woot!
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Slammer

Dec 29, 2008, 4:18 PM

Several questions...

1) Are all of these Iphones 2G that were possibly traded in?

2) Are these originally "B" stock phones that didn't make it to the finish line?

3) If "no" to the first two questions, how is it they have so many refurbs laying around for resale?
It makes me question the durability of the product.
Sorry! I re-read the article and it says 3G which really makes me express my third question from my first post.
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