Verizon iPhone Pricing

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  1. 4Nines

    4Nines Administrator Staff Member

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    Sometimes less is more and when it comes to the pricing of Verizon's new iPhone 4, the basic pricing structure sure is sweet!

    $199 for the 16GB

    $299 for 32GB

    *pricing is most likely based on a two year contract.

    Mobile hotspot is also included and will automatically work with up to 5 devices out of the box :D
     
  2. xRITE AIDEx

    xRITE AIDEx New Member

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    Question, I believe I know the answer but I just want assurance. I will be using my brothers upgrade on our plan for the iphone, in which it shouldn't cost more than $300 right?

    I know 200 for the phone itself and I'll get another case(I hate verizons cases, learned this from the D1 case) and I'm just curious as to what to expect when I go to pre-order online feb 3rd
     
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    What model iPhone are you considering?
     
  4. xRITE AIDEx

    xRITE AIDEx New Member

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    16GB I know it'll be enough
     
  5. EARL97850

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    Probably the 32g for me.

    Cya
     
  6. MiXoLoGiSt

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    Im going with the 32GB
     
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    How much will it cost if you are not ready for an upgrade yet?
     
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    The Verizon iPhone 4 will be sold at the same subsidized price as the iPhone 4 on the AT&T network.

    A 16GB iPhone 4 will be available for $199 with a 2-year contract.

    A 32GB iPhone 4 will be available for $299 with a 2-year contract.

    Verizon will not be offering any sort of early-upgrade promotion at the time of the iPhone 4 launch. Customers who are not eligible to upgrade can purchase the iPhone at full retail price.

    Full retail price of the iPhone 4 is $499 for the 16GB model, $599 for the 32GB model.
     
  9. zaMeas

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    You can still use your "New Every Two" credits toward the purchase of your Verizon iPhone. This means that if you have a credit of $100 under this plan, you can get the new iPhone 4 16GB for Verizon for $99.
     
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    Thanks for pointing that out! Verizon is not getting ridd of the early upgrades at discounted price are they?

    Ex: 2 year deal. After 1 whole year you can get a phone at discount price $199 plus $20 on top. So $220 all together.
     
  11. gemnilocs

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    yes they are going to phase old customers out once you sign a new contract...so once u do the upgrade u will not be reenrolled in the "new every 2" and new customers after 1/16 will not get it at all.
     
  12. EARL97850

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    We'll have to fulfill the two year contract before being able to upgrade phones.

    I really liked the shorter upgrade feature. Oh well.

    Cya
     

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