what is the price of iphone 3G 8GB unlocked from apple store?

is possible I buy a 3G iphone 8GB in the apple store without loyalty contract with AT & T ????? what is the price of iphone 3G 8GB unlocked from apple store

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  • 1 decade ago
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    According to the Apple website and the price varies between 99,00 a $ 199.00 see inhttp://www.apple.com/iphone/iphone-3gs/

    On the loyalty contract can not buy a device of this directly from Apple without having to sign it.

    But that contract so it is worth looking for it in the United States.

    I hope it helped with my answer.

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  • Janet
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    4 years ago

    You cannot. Why would you be able to? Everytime AT&T sells a iPhone 3G, they pay Apple $425 (so the iPhone 3G is actually more expensive than the original). So think of Apple selling the iPhone 3G to AT&T for $425 and AT&T is selling it to us for $199. AT&T cut the price to draw more customers. To make up for the huge price difference, they're making the iPhone 3G in-store activated (like all the smart phones), raise the data plan to $30 per month (instead of $20), and Apple is no longer taking a portion of the iPhone's monthly bill from AT&T. However, AT&T is going to allow non-contract iPhone 3Gs later in the year for $599/$699. Of course this definitely surpasses the $425 and $525. On July 11th, however, you need a contract.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Apple doesn't sell iPhones without a contract. No authorized retailer in the US sells factory unlocked phones.

    Source(s): iPhone owner
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

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