what are o2 going to do with all the first gen iphones they get back

just wondering if anyone knows, because they are taking alot of them back because people are upgrading to the 3g. or do previous customers get to keep them when they upgade?

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People with an iphone who are upgrading get to keep them, they have a section on their website about it, and recommend giving it to a family member or friend. So following that slightly most will end up on ebay:thumbsup:

Don't need 2 iPhones!We want to make sure you find a good home for your … Don't need 2 iPhones!We want to make sure you find a good home for your old iPhone once you upgrade. If you've a friend, colleague or family member they can use it as a phone by choosing any of the three options below. 1. If they're on an existing O2 18-month minimum term contract, they can just transfer onto a Pay Monthly tariff for iPhone*. The end date of their contract will stay the same. Once their tariff has been transferred, they just need to connect to iTunes to activate the iPhone. 2. If they're an O2 business customers, they'll need to move onto a current business tariff with an iPhone Bolt On and will be able to keep their existing contract term*. Once their tariff has been transferred, they just need to connect to iTunes to activate the iPhone. To arrange this they'll need to contact Business Customer Services. 3. Existing O2 Pay & Go customers can use their current O2 Pay & Go SIM card or new customers can join O2 by getting a free Pay & Go iPhone SIM card from an O2 store. Then add the unlimited Web and Wi-Fi iPhone Bolt On (£10 a month). The only thing that does not work with this option is the Visual Voicemail.* Tariff migration rules apply.

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i like the look of the first gen one better and if o2 are letting it go on pay and go then
anyone have a ball park figure for how much they will be after the 3g release?

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ps i know o2 arnt selling them, i mean like on ebay.

The iphone 3g on pay-as-you-go is rumoured to be around £299 for the 8gb and £359 for the 16gb.

O2 did have a price up on their website, but promptly took it down. And I can't remember the link to a screenshot of it.

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