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LCD Screen Protector for the Apple iPhone 3G/3GS | iPhone News Web - 0 views

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    Screen Protector provide added contrast to your LCD mobile phone display. Screen Protector is easy to install without worrying about air bubbles or getting dirt caught between the screen and the film. A cloth is included.
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Get a 16 GB iPhone 3G for Half Price | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    AT&T is now selling the version of the iPhone 3G with 16 gigabytes of internal storage for just $150, which is half the regular price. There's a small catch though: it's been refurbished.
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Speck CandyShell case for the iPhone 3G | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    The CandyShell by Speck has a thin hard plastic coating on the outside and a soft rubbery silicone on the inside and on the button protectors. This is very good because it protects iPhones from getting scratched in your pocket. The back side of the iPhone is the most vulnerable to scratches, but the CandyShell protects it completely. The shiny hard outer coating makes it easy to get your iPhone in and out of your pocket.
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AT&T Sells Refurbished Apple iPhone 3G for $99 | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    AT&T today began offering refurbished iPhone 3Gs for $99 for a black 8GB and $199 for a black 16GB model.
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AT&T now selling refurbished iPhone 3G units | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    I have a friend who refuses to buy anything used: he insists that all his purchases be untouched by human hands before his. Sure, I can see the appeal to getting something brand-new, but it's also a pretty expensive habit. Fortunately, if you don't have the same hold-ups as my buddy, you can now snag a refurbished iPhone 3G from AT&T.
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iPhone 3G goes metallic with Incase slider case | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Taking good care of your iPhone 3G is important, especially since it has that horrible plastic back that's vulnerable to cracks. As you know, cracks on the white iPhone 3G appear to be the most visible, but that doesn't mean they don't exist in black models. I'm still not sold on the iPhone 3G so I don't have one, but if I did I'd take extra good care of it because I wouldn't want to pay another $200 or $300 to replace it.
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