Date: Monday, December 28th, 2009, 05:03
Category: iPhone, News
As of last night, something odd happened.
It apparently became impossible to purchase an iPhone from AT&T’s online store if you live in New York City, and as of right now, the carrier isn’t saying why. In addition, some online customer representatives have offered comments that New York wasn’t “ready for the iPhone,” while, per Engadget, others were fed a line about credit card fraud causing a ban on online sales.
Hop out of your home and apartment and both New York City-area Apple and AT&T store locations are happily selling the iPhone, which is still in stock.
So far, the closest thing to an official explanation is the following “We periodically modify our promotions and distribution channels.”
If you’ve experienced this or have any ideas of your own, please let us know.
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