Cellularfactory.com has the Transparent iPhone 4 Circle Jelly Skin Case for $1.49 with free shipping with coupon code 1XZX69 [Exp 7/20]. Made from anti-slip material and features a semi transparent circle design.

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    Dman Ben's cred: 124
    Posted 10:01 am PDT 07/15/10

    Will this help with crappy reception?

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    LJW Ben's cred: 272
    Posted 10:30 am PDT 07/15/10

    The iPhone 4 gets great reception. A case will help alleviate the "grip of death" issue.

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    kratos Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 11:33 am PDT 07/15/10

    #2 is still in denial. AT&T service blows

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    angrymutt88 Ben's cred: 142
    Posted 12:05 pm PDT 07/15/10

    depends on where you live. ATT works great in the bay area. Plus I have no problems when I visit my family in LA.

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    dannycarter Ben's cred: 10
    Posted 12:59 pm PDT 07/15/10

    how about free

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    sharkieQ Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 12:24 pm PDT 07/16/10

    Don't buy this crap! Return the Fcking Iphone back to the store for a refund. Uncle Steve thinks there is nothing wrong with his fcking phone! What an rodeo cowboy! Now he is going to lose millions because of the pending litigation! LOL Don't continue the Zombie LIFE! open your mind NOW!

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ybacongadg/ybacongadg_tc3144

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    bigstro Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 9:52 pm PDT 07/18/10

    I got my first iphone4 3 days ago through AT&T and have no problems with it. My wife got hers(upgraded from 3g) 4 days ago through Apple preorder. Both are perfect and crisp/clear etc. Same with my other friends' experiences.

    However -- BEWARE of your credit card company on this transaction. I bought this and other things from cellular factory and my credit card company imposed a FOREIGN TRANSACTION FEE on the payment. I looked up the fee and found out that tons of others have had problems buying things online (esp. travel) and being assesed these fees because the parent companies were not headquartered in the US even though the transaction was through a US company and in US dollars. For Example: buy a ticket to canada in USD from travelocity, a US company. Aircanada processes payment through their washington DC operations. You get surprised with a Foreign Transaction Fee of 3% because aircanada is based in canada. Just a heads up for anything you may buy in the future especially on high dollar transactions.

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