Will you return your iPhone?

If you were one of those in line on iPhone Day, Friday is the last day to return the phone to Apple or AT&T for a full refund.

If any of the thousands of people who waited in line two weeks ago at Apple and AT&T stores to purchase the iPhone have encountered buyer's remorse, Friday is deadline for a full refund.

Those who braved the iPhone lines, but aren't happy with the device, have until Friday to return for a refund. James Martin/CNET News.com

Both Apple and AT&T will accept iPhone returns within 14 days of purchase. If you opened the box, there's a 10 percent restocking fee, but you won't be charged the early termination fee if you also want to cancel service with AT&T. After 14 days, you can cancel your service, but you can't return the iPhone. And after 30 days, you're stuck with both the service and the iPhone.

Most iPhone users seem relatively happy with their purchases, but some might be disappointed for one reason or another. There's also sure to be some who were hoping to flip the phones on eBay or Craigslist for big bucks, or who overestimated their ability to pay the monthly data plan charges for iPhone service. Do you plan to return your iPhone? Tell us yes or no in the comments below, and why, and we'll report back next week with the results.

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