Thursday, September 6th 2007

Steve Jobs Gives All iPhone Owners $100 Back

Steve Jobs has received tons of emails from iPhone customers complaining about the $200 price cut on the iPhone only two months after it was released. After reading through every single one of the e-mails, he has now decided to offer every iPhone customer who purchased an iPhone from either Apple or AT&T a $100 store credit towards the purchase of any product at an Apple Retail Store or the Apple Online Store.Source: Engadget
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29 Comments on Steve Jobs Gives All iPhone Owners $100 Back

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Wile E
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Are there any rumors abound as to when the early adopters will receive their $100 credit?
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I'm sure you have to have registered the product, and then have to apply for a rebate on the website or something.
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Where I work (Best Buy), we give you the difference of any product if the price drops and you show us the receipt within a month or two. This should have been taken care of by Cingular/AT&T; the way I see it, Steve Jobs went out of his way and did iPhone owners a favor that other companies wouldn't step up and do, even though they should have.
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