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Fry's to carry AT&T, iPhone?

updated 05:35 pm EDT, Tue May 29, 2007

Fry's to carry iPhone?

The retail chain Fry's may make it easier to find an iPhone next month. An employee has reportedly told CrunchGear that Fry's will not only be selling the iPhone, but the necessary AT&T Wireless accounts, the first time the company has sold AT&T's services in its stores. Promotional materials are said to have already arrived (see right and below), and the first iPhones are set to be in stock June 5th. Displays will go up June 10th, and the product itself will supposedly go on sale June 11th. It is suggested that this is linked to Apple's WWDC conference, which does begin on that date, and typically starts with announcements by CEO Steve Jobs.



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  1. joe11ee

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    Thanks for uploading this, it gave me something to read on my lunch break. Software http://www.artdownload.net

  1. ptkdude

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    that's a gophone slick

    I'm not buying the "Fry's will be selling the iPhone" based upon this photo. The employee could have picked up a slick from anywhere; it's a slick for GoPhone prepaid service (which isn't likely to be offered with the iPhone), and Apple and AT&T have confirmed numerous times that the iPhone will be available only from Apple's and AT&T's company-owned retail stores and websites. It is certainly possible that Fry's is planning on becoming an AT&T agent, or that they will sell prepack GoPhones, but I doubt the iPhone will be involved.

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