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Apple removes ‘2-year plan’ disclaimer from iPhone ads

Apple has removed the small disclaimer stating “Use requires minimum new 2 year activation plan” from the end of all online iPhone ads. The revised ads began appearing online sometime yesterday evening, and have now apparently replaced the older ads appearing on televisions nationwide. What this means for the rumors that the iPhone would be available with prepaid service, or whether the text was simply removed without a change in policy, is not clear.

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Maybe it just means that you can buy one and use one for all the other features—except phone.
That seems likely—some people will want to buy these just for the other features.

Maybe it has something to do with the secret feature that supposedly not even many Apple employees know about…?

(Like a period of free service included? That would stir up a frenzy and also help soften the blow of the high price…maybe unlikely. :))

Posted by Tom on June 7, 2007 at 2:32 PM (CDT)


true. as long as you’re near wifi enough it would still be pretty useful without any service. and if you could hack to call with voip…

Posted by jm on June 8, 2007 at 4:07 PM (CDT)

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