and just to re-iterate, i do know that all other o2 connections have the companies standard 14 day policy on them, however the iphone is a multi launch, with a special deal done with both apple o2 and cpw, when they all sat down they all agreed the terms and conditions and this is where it differs from o2's usuall contracts, it is not just o2 controlling it is also apple. Infact i tell you what mr. rex, on friday a 6.02 go and pay 270 quid then try and take it back the next day, i sure know i won't be :)
Slim is right,if you want to mis-sell then do so but you will be the one with angry customers and the headaches! There is NO 14 day on iphones
and i merely mentioned orange because of the porevious comment saying that all networks have to by law offer a 14 day return. I have done the training and i do know what i am talking about, if you want to miss sell feel free, but i know who's gonna have more problems :)
With o2 it's a 14 days return weather it's been ordered online or bought from a store so instead of asking orange who hasn't got exclusive rights to the h/set in the uk as it's only exclusive to o2 in the uk ask o2
14 days policy so slim stop arguing and find out the real facts, you've supposed to have had training lol
1.Why no 3g?
2.Wifi is mostly of no use for for rural india which in fact a big market.
3.why o.s. Mac , prefferably it should be microsoft
* Do we expect new announcement from apple
just like orange have recently announced a no 14day return policy, as well as 3, there will be no returns on the iPhone unless it is bought online where the law actually states 7 days. This is due to the fact that the consumer in this case may not have seen the product. In a shop situation the rules are different, as long as the customer is aware of any no returns policy there is no law that says they must be able to return, this of course does not affect their rights to an exchange of a faulty product in 28 days. The long and short of it is this is not a normal o2 contract it is an agreement till the consumer gets home, thus o2 usual rules don't apply, please don't miss sell this product or yoi will have I much trouble ahead of you!
It may well state on o2 contracts about 14 day returns but this does not apply to iphones as you do not sign a contract instore. The only way you can return one is if you fail the credit check at home on itunes and have proof of this. The only exception is if you buy online and then you have a 7 day returns policy due to distance selling regulations. I have this in black and white so thats the end of the arguement!
Checked the info again and you cam return your h/set within the 14 days of purchase.
Instead of asking me to check the info please read the faq on o2.co.uk and you will see the facts.
You can return your h/set within the 14 days if your not happy and that applies to all handsets for o2.
Go onto the o2 website and check yourself it's in english so hopefully you can understand it when it tells you in the faq that you have 14 days to return the h/set if your not happy and a full refund will be given when u send everything back
And if i was you please seek more training as i've been working on the systems and exploring the online ssytems for customer to credit check themselves which they can do from there own pc :-)
All stores i.e o2 store, carphone werehouse and apple have a 14 days return for the iphone not seven days please find out the facts before posting and those who are on a contract it states this on the small print on the terms and conditions
Googlemap is free of charge to use :-) depending on the network your using.
It's foc with o2 as it's unlimited data and unlimited wifi
Yeh we got 6 in our store the other day, nice lookin phone but a huge gimmick as far as im concerned, like ny nintendo Wii! Everyone wants it cos its Apple and thats it.
Now I am using N73ME since Jun 2007. It have many free softwares to install and games also. It is very good. I like it. But I also have plan to get new one for this first 2008. That I saw and love is 3 in my chossen. Nokia N95 8GB, LG KS20 and Iphone 8GB.
I believed for nokia it have many free softwares and games for install and play. This I most like for my accessories.
LG KS20 and Iphone I don't know. Any body can tell me?
But the price is the problem also. Cos in my country now have in market ready. Iphone 8GB unlocked start from 790USD until now 01 Nov 2007 around 540USD. It is alway drop and drop everyday. but the problem is at Apple sale price only 499USD if this price in my country is OK ready for me. Other one is Nokia N95 8GB it price start 850USD untill now around 790USD. It maybe not long will drop to around 550USD I think.
The some that I very don like al this..Cos
Iphone no have any free softwares or games to install.
Nokia N95 8GB have slide desing this very easy to broken and no touch screen it also very low technologies ready. I think it maybe good for blind person only.
i love my iphone,please let it be free to the public..dont wait for the NOKIA S60 TOUCH. It will eat iphone alive! besides it is the invention of year?? let the public decide if this fact is true..let them experience this them selve's.
well this may sound like a stupid question. but for the iphone, r the google maps apps free of charge for using? or there's an internet browzing fee? i assume there's a fee that we have to pay
hey CE, just a quick reminder. Bluetooth object/file transfer, 3G, video, text forwarding have been available wayy before the iPhone came out buddy. I was considering the iPhone until I compared features to my BB 8120, then I saw the plans with AT&T + no discount on iPhone for new contract = staying with the good'ol Bb and T-mo
i didn't thought that forwarding a simple message is very important..unltil i got this iphone..the revolutionary product and the invention of the year..atleast on american perception only..europe and asia..is much much advanced when it comes to this.
For those who like to criticize Apple, see what it takes to develop a mobile platform software:
a coalition of 30 companies, Apple did quite a bit on its own, sure it is not perfect but A LOT MORE than anyone has been able to deliver so far N95 included.
Read what Google announced today :
Google, along with over 30 other companies, today announced the formation of an "open phone coalition" for the purpose of developing a mobile platform for future phones. From their website:
Welcome to the Open Handset Alliance, a group of more than 30 technology and mobile companies who have come together to accelerate innovation in mobile and offer consumers a richer, less expensive, and better mobile experience. Together we have developed Android™, the first complete, open, and free mobile platform.
MAYBE in a few years they will be up to the Apple Iphone, but how will be the Iphone in a few years ?
3G, video, bluetooth file transfer, text forwarding
NEVER underestimate the Genius of Steve Jobs that gave us the personal computer to begin with !
It's 145g I measured on the digital scale. (10g isn't much heavier)
2 Down sides: bluetooth is only for bluetooth headset, for call conversion only(no files/photo transfers between phones; cannot use your own mp3 as ringtone, you can only use music you purchased through itunes as ringtone,or the tones that come with it.
For everything else about iphone, IT'S AN AWESOME PHONE!