AT&T says original iPhones can be deactivated and used as WiFi iPods

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  1. hakk79

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    Wow, even while on vacation! Wink Wink

    No luck on getting a place for these?

    Have fun!
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    Haha, I am leaving on vacation tomorrow. Anyway, I am just posting some last minute 3G iPhone news before I leave for you all.
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    So if the de-activate it do they still get 2.0 for free?
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    That's a good question, my guess is yes though, they still had a subscription (some did anyway

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    Wonder if AT&T de-activated 1st Gen wil be able to recieve WiFi VOIP calls from say iCall or Fring?

    Seems like a good idea to download iCall from AppStore before deactivation. You can iCall from your computer to a phone now for free US and Canada. www.icall.com/iphone iCall says they will have a iPhone APP at the AppStore.
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    I don't really get it.. o.o

    So, if I have an iphone of the first generation that doesn't work... (the screen can't sense my touch >.<) I can go to an appstore and explain that I could not have an AT & T sim card since the iphone was given to me from an uncle or something... that got a new iPhone 3G?

    And then could I get it exchanged for a new one? Sorry I ask such a noob question... I am kinda desperate here ^^Uu

    *sigh*

    If someone can be really patient with me, I would appreciate it

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