Comments:Chaotic first day for iPhone 3G
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Vodafone NZ iphone contract for 2 years is 4569.34 US($6000.00 NZ)
Gotta love those rabid (overpaid) fanboys.Edit
Drink that kool-aid!
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Nothing against the i-phone personally. Like many mac products it is very... er... polished. I just don't like the attitude of that company*, or many of their customers. QUINTIX (talk) 00:10, 13 July 2008 (UTC)
*"[Steve] Jobs has been known to pull up to Apple's front entrance and park in a handicapped space. Sometimes he takes up two spaces"
Sofar the most expensive iPhone & contract to date has vodafone NZ. $6000.00 NZ dollars for a 2 year contract. Thats $4569.34 US.
Style of writing.Edit
It's a little disappointing to see people of various nations being refered to as "canadians" and "australians". It sounds quite derogatory when the author comments "Iphone was sold to canadians". In my opinion the author should rather state "...sold in canada" without refering to people of any particular nation. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 06:24, 17 July 2008 (UTC)