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Question about phone pricing

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by Dr. Shady PhD, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. Dr. Shady PhD

    Dr. Shady PhD Well-Known Member
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    I know that I have asked this question before, but I think I worded it poorly. I am planning on getting the HTC Aria, and I am not eligible for an upgrade. I know that I won't get new 2 year contract pricing, but since i will be using this on my current contract i was thinking that i would pay that and not no-commitment pricing. so I went onto att.com to look at the phone more;) and a chat live option came up so i pressed it. And i was talking to a lady and she said that i would have to pay no-commitment pricing:eek:. But i got the feeling she wasn't too intellignent:p and decided i should re-ask people who know what they are talking about. Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. Gforce083

    Gforce083 Well-Known Member
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    If you don't sign a new 2 yr contract and you are not eligible for an upgrade you have to pay the non-commitment pricing.
     
  3. Dr. Shady PhD

    Dr. Shady PhD Well-Known Member
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    What is the point of the 2 yr pricing then?:thinking:
     
  4. Gforce083

    Gforce083 Well-Known Member
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    For new AT&T customers and for current customers who's pervious 2 yr agreements are near expired or expired.

    If you are NOT eligible for an upgrade yet you DO NOT get any kind of phone/device discount.
     
  5. Dr. Shady PhD

    Dr. Shady PhD Well-Known Member
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    Tht sucks for me:mad:... thanks for telling me though:)
     

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