Do any of you, dear flist, have advice on buying an iPhone? I am planning on getting one this week.

Currently, I have a flip phone from a Verizon family plan that it is time to retire and move myself into the 21st century with an iPhone. For my own account, I already have an internet wireless and Fios connection and a landline phone bundle with Verizon. I plan to add the iPhone to my current plan, or switch to a new bundle with Verizon if it will be cheaper.

Would it be cheaper to buy the iPhone itself from the Verizon store, or get it at Best Buy or an Apple store and then take it to the Verizon store to set up the account? Any advice on which iPhone?

I'm going for an iPhone instead of a Smartphone because I like apple computers and have a MacBook, but if you think that's a mistake, now is your chance to tell me, if you'd like.

Any advice on what I should look for in the Verizon plan?

I don't think Comcast is an option for my apartment building, but I'd rather not go with them anyway.

Tank yew!
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I have no advice about buying, not really, but I do have an iphone. The thing is, I didn't purchase my phone/plan on my own, so I don't have advice about plans or what to buy. It's a family plan that I share with my mom,I never see the bills, she gets a discount through the university, and I pay her every month, and she lets me know the rare times I go over (if I call Trinidad which is less and less necessary with skype and whatsapp). I think it's through AT&T (not sure why other than I think that's what my parents use for their t.v./internet). I will say that it's a high quality product (the physical phone). Just like the mac computers I've had at work and at home, I've never had any technical issues. It takes beautiful pictures, too. :)

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