Apple Posts iPhone 4S Eligibility Check for AT&T, Verizon

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Apple has posted an iPhone 4S eligibility check for AT&T and Verizon on the Apple Store. A check for Sprint customers will be coming “soon,” according to the website. The check allows existing customers to see when they will be eligible for a fully subsidized iPhone 4S, and what their current purchase price will be if they are not already eligible.

Apple announced the iPhone 4S during a media event in Cupertino, CA, on Tuesday. The new device features a faster processor, an innovative new antenna system, a better camera, and improved battery performance (see our full coverage for more information and specs).

The device is priced at US$199 for a 16GB model, $299 for 32GB, and $399 for 64GB, but that’s only for those who qualify for a fully subsidized purchase price. Pricing is otherwise $449, $549, or $649 for those purchasing an iPhone 4S directly. T

he eligibility check allows users to plug in their phone number and some billing information (see the images below) to find out if or when they qualify for the subsidized price.

Personal & Billing Info

Enter your personal and billing information

Results

This reporter’s eligibility date is November 25th, 2011.

Comments

Lee Dronick

I stand corrected when I said that there was a typo on the Apple Store webpage, you can get a 3GS for $0.00. With a service contract of course.

vpndev

Interesting ... the AT&T eligibility cutoff is now 20 months. My iPhone 4 is a release-day one (24 June 2010) but eligibility is 25 Feb 2012.

Sorry, AT&T - I’ll take a different approach.

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