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Apple reveals details of $100 Apple Store iPhone credit

Apple has posted details of Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ promised $100 Apple Store credit for early iPhone owners. The program is for customers who own a qualifying iPhone purchased prior to August 22, 2007, and who haven’t yet received any compensation from Apple or AT&T. To receive a credit, which can’t be used on iTunes — only at Apple retail or online stores, or Apple Telesales — users need to Identify their iPhone by entering their phone number and iPhone serial number. Apple then sends an SMS text message to the iPhone containing an access code to redeem the $100 credit. Again, users need to enter their phone number and this access code to generate the $100 electronic store credit. Users must activate their iPhone before submitting their claim; customers must submit their claims by November 30, 2007.

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I was able to get a 100 dollar itunes gift certificate with my store credit. The thing is you can only get one by going to an apple retail store. I found out about this from various mac websites.

Posted by Jon on September 16, 2007 at 6:28 PM (CDT)


Getting the credit - easy
Trying to use it in the store for itunes - NO WAY

so I purchased them at….

WOOHOO!!! The hundo will be gone before the end of the month

Posted by Whitney Sterk on September 18, 2007 at 2:50 AM (CDT)

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