Quickly Check Your iPhone Upgrade Eligibility Status the Easy Way

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johnmcboston

Well, #1 still isn't working. Guess everyone wants a new iphone :) Last night you couldn't even log in - either server timeout, or AT&T "we're too busy" message. This morning you could log in, but every link you clicked brought you to the log-in screen and then back to the same home screen again...

Guess AT&T can't even run a web site right. :-)

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thecork

This upgrade lets you get the new iPhone. But, does it also mean you have to take the new pricing plan? Beware. Cork

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MacGurl

Mine says everything as the picture says except the waived fee part...

"As as valued customer, we can offer you and upgrade with a new 2-yr commitment and an $18 upgrade fee"

So does this mean I can upgrade to the iPhone 4 32G at the $299.00 price + pay the $18 upgrade fee?

I'm a little confused, but not surprised :)

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chevyorange

It is “*639#”.

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chazlin

In Northern California, SF Bay Area, typing 639# (the iPhone added a dash, making it 639-#) I got an error message reading: "Request Unknown, Please try again"

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