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    Partial discount priceing and Early Termation fee question

    I was just checking my upgrade options and I see this 

    This line is eligible for an early upgrade with a partial discount off of the full retail price when you sign up for a 2-year service agreement. This line may be eligible for an upgrade at our best pricing on: July 08, 2014. A $36 upgrade fee will apply. Early iPhone upgrade pricing is available online today while all other devices are available for early upgrade pricing in AT&T retail stores or via 611.

     

     

    and I was just wondering what would like be a partial disscount of a iPhone 5 (32 GB),   Would I have to pay a early termation fee if I upgrade my phone early?

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    Jun 13, 2013 9:31:47 AM
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    Early upgrade is $250 plus the subsidized cost of the phone ($199 and up) plus the $36 upgrade fee.
    You do not pay an ETF with an early upgrade.
    *The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.

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    Edited by Phil-101 on Jun 13, 2013 at 11:59:44 AM

    Apple iPhone 5 - 32GB
    2-year contract
    Regular Price
    $749.99
    Instant Savings with Contract
    -$200.00
    Due Today

    $549.99  - so this would be the partial disscount for the iPhone 5 for the early upgrade - then full discount would be $299.99 - when the contract ends.
     
    So would it cost me $585.99 just to upgrade my phone early? 
     
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    bigelarkin wrote:

    Apple iPhone 5 - 32GB
    2-year contract
    Regular Price
    $749.99
    Instant Savings with Contract
    -$200.00
    Due Today

    $549.99  - so this would be the partial disscount for the iPhone 5 for the early upgrade - then full discount would be $299.99 - when the contract ends.
     
    So would it cost me $585.99 just to upgrade my phone early? 
     
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    that is correct, plus the 36.00 activation fee

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    Edited by bigelarkin on Jun 13, 2013 at 1:36:14 PM

    $585.99 that includes the $36.00 activiation fee

     

    Since I took the $549.99 iphone 5 (32 GB) price and added the $36.00 that is how I came uup with $585.99

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    I have a partial discount and was wondering how much I would pay for the note 3 if I used the discount to get the phone

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    Cesarcastelo wrote:
    I have a partial discount and was wondering how much I would pay for the note 3 if I used the discount to get the phone

    partial discount is subsidiced price of the device + 250.00 penalty + 36.00 activation if it can even be used on the Note 3

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