Wednesday June 17, 2009 8:20 pm
Apple begins credit notifications for iPhone 3GS pre-orders
Earlier today we told you how AT&T impressed us by offering “best pricing” upgrades for iPhone 3G users to iPhone 3GS. Some wondered what would happen if they had already ordered the iPhone, especially if they bought it through the Apple Store. Turns out, Apple is already on top of it. I just got an email from the Apple Store Online team, letting me know that, within the next 5 days, I will get getting a $200 refund. You can see the entire text of the email after the break.
To Our Valued Apple Customer:
On June 17, AT&T announced a change to their upgrade eligibility policy and ‘best upgrade pricing’ for qualifying iPhone 3G owners.
Based on AT&T’s updated qualification criteria, we are pleased to inform you that you are eligible to receive a refund on your recent iPhone 3G S purchase.
Your Order Acknowledgment and Shipment Notification emails will reflect the original purchase price. However, Apple will issue you a refund in the amount of $200.00, which is the difference between your original purchase price and the new qualifying price.
Apple will process your refund in the next 5 days, and will send you an email when this has been completed. We will process your refund based on your original payment method. See below for details.
No additional action is needed on your part for you to receive the refund. These activities will not impact your estimated delivery dates.
You can view the most up-to-date status of your order, including monitoring the details of your refund, at online Order Status www.apple.com/orderstatus.
Thank you for choosing Apple.
Apple Online Store Team
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