AT&T Memo Forbids iPhone Pre-Sales

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Date: Tuesday, May 15th, 2007, 08:00
Category: News

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A memo sent around to AT&T‘s retail stores has instructed employees not to create wait lists or process pre-sales for Apple’s long-awaited iPhone.
According to AppleInsider, the memo contains the following highlights:
-“The exact date has not been announced, specific dates should not be provided to customers.”
-“Sales for the iPhone will be on a first come, first served basis. No wait lists of names will be taken and NO pre-selling is allowed.”
-“Two models of the iPhone will be available, a 4GB will retail at $499 and an 8GB will retail at $599.”
-“If asked what the price will be, answer that the prices have been announced as $499 for the 4G and $599 for the 8G, respectively.”
-“There should NOT be any additional speculation/discusson about pricing.”
-“AT&T will be the only wireless carrier in the U.S. launching the iPhone and will have exclusivity for the foreseeable future.”
The report, which was originally carried over at BoyGeniusReport, stated that AT&T employees will received web-based training, workbooks and other iPhone product materials to help train them for the launch next month.


iphonehand.jpg
A memo sent around to AT&T‘s retail stores has instructed employees not to create wait lists or process pre-sales for Apple’s long-awaited iPhone.
According to AppleInsider, the memo contains the following highlights:
-“The exact date has not been announced, specific dates should not be provided to customers.”
-“Sales for the iPhone will be on a first come, first served basis. No wait lists of names will be taken and NO pre-selling is allowed.”
-“Two models of the iPhone will be available, a 4GB will retail at $499 and an 8GB will retail at $599.”
-“If asked what the price will be, answer that the prices have been announced as $499 for the 4G and $599 for the 8G, respectively.”
-“There should NOT be any additional speculation/discusson about pricing.”
-“AT&T will be the only wireless carrier in the U.S. launching the iPhone and will have exclusivity for the foreseeable future.”
The report, which was originally carried over at BoyGeniusReport, stated that AT&T employees will received web-based training, workbooks and other iPhone product materials to help train them for the launch next month.

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