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Current Contract's end

by jhilker_dotmac / December 4, 2008 10:20 AM PST

Both AT&T and Apple say that at the end of the current two year contract iPhones will not be unlocked. It appears that permanent indenture to the two firms is in iPhone users' futures.

Or...could the plan be to keep loyal AT&T/Apple customers by exchanging a 2G device for a free 3G iPhone with a new two year contract when the current contract expires?

I'm not saying, just saying...

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