10-21-09 03:21 PM
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  1. jcp007's Avatar
    The only point that I was trying to make regards helping those that have an issue with the no commitment pricing. Of course, there are additional costs that I didn't include and it is a lot of effort but at the end of the day, there is a way to avoid the $549 to $599 pricing.
    10-21-09 10:27 AM
  2. thewaffle's Avatar
    Based off the fact that it is 299 before MIR that means it will be 549 No commitment. I state this because the No commitment is 150 above the 2 year pricing. Anyone who tells you otherwise, is an *****
    10-21-09 11:38 AM
  3. djransom's Avatar
    Based off the fact that it is 299 before MIR that means it will be 549 No commitment. I state this because the No commitment is 150 above the 2 year pricing. Anyone who tells you otherwise, is an *****
    Okay maybe I missed somethin, but either you meant put $450 non-commital or $250 above the 2 year price because the math ain't adding up.
    10-21-09 11:55 AM
  4. FINEAZZBLCKWOMN's Avatar
    The AT&T press release states that the 9700 will go for 299.99 with 100 mail in rebate on two year contract so I cannot see it going for 700 out right. Check out the press release.

    AT&T- News Room
    10-21-09 03:21 PM
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