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Best Buy a good place to buy an iPhone4? - June 28, 2010, 07:54 AM

I'm going to get the new iPhone.
Recommendations for best place to purchase?

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Bestbuy offers a full replacement and damage plan, dont think anyone else does. I have bought all my iphones there since I learned that.
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Bestbuy offers a full replacement and damage plan, dont think anyone else does. I have bought all my iphones there since I learned that.
For how much extra?

Best Buy charges tax and better deals can always be found on the Internet. The new EVO 4G was sold for $130 at Wirefly after their discount and MS CB.
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June 28, 2010, 01:47 PM

I dont recall, its been a year since I bought my last one. I am not buying the new one yet, dont feel the urge yet.
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June 28, 2010, 02:58 PM

I'd just order one through Apples site.
They're good with keeping you updated on shipping and almost always spot on when it comes to delivery times.

Unless the mythical 4.0.1 update comes out I'd order a bumper as well.


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June 28, 2010, 03:02 PM

Thanks dbl and Dark.

So it's between Best Buy and the Apple store.
I'll check out how much the extra warranty is @ Best Buy.


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June 28, 2010, 03:09 PM

Best Buy is everywhere and if you travel are likely to be where you need them. Just a thought.


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June 28, 2010, 03:15 PM

good point Lucky, never thought about that part.
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Best Buy is everywhere and if you travel are likely to be where you need them. Just a thought.
(sent you email/paypal btw)

Same with the Apple store though, they are getting pretty popular and springing up everywhere. And their customer service is simply something that must be experienced no matter where you get your Apple product from. Generally friend, easy to get along with people who dont make you feel stupid for asking any question possible.

I honestly dont think it matters where you make the actual purchase though, because if its an Apple product you can always go into the Apple store for 1 on 1 support.

I would buy it from 1) the place that has it in stock 2) the place that has the best incentives to buy (possible rebates or bonuses as the MSRP wont change 3) wherever is closest.
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best buy is not a good place to buy anything


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you can get a better warranty from square trade


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