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mark's avatar

Can I buy more than one iPhone?

Asked by mark (225points) June 28th, 2007

Apple's got a tight lid on information regarding Friday's release of their new iPhone. Does anyone know if they'll sell you more than one, or if there's a per person limit?

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segdeha's avatar

I just read last night that they will be limiting people to 1 phone each.

samblum's avatar

I heard two per person, but I'm sure you can get more if you try

figbash's avatar

Apple announced this morning that iPhone sales will be limited to two per person, max, through Apple. AT&T; stores will only allow you to buy one. This may explain the number difference.

Happy iPhone Eve . . .

segdeha's avatar

It's 29 June here in New Zealand. If only we could buy iPhones... :^)

mark's avatar

Wow, Thanks! I'll be sure to go to the Apple store instead of AT&T; as I had planned.

figbash's avatar

Just as another FYI for iPhone followers getting their phones from AT&T;, here's what to expect. Check out this "Rejection Script" lifted from the iPhone Launch Training Guide as a way to counter customer objections:

brantwalsh's avatar

You can also purchase iPhones directly from the Apple online store, 2 per person starting at 6pm on the 29th. This is the way I'd be going, as waiting in line is not what I like to do, and a couple days of shipping wouldn't kill me :)

mirza's avatar

its one iPhone per person at the Apple Store where I work. It might be different in other states but according to a corporate email our store got, we'll only have one per person since the iPhones are limited in stock.

oddiess's avatar

I think you can, but you won’t receive the discount twice.

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