Rogers/Fido iPhone 3GS: Offically Launched Online

Man oh man, it’s been quite a couple of days eh? On Monday’s WWDC 2009, Apple announced updates to their MacBook line up, Snow Leopard, and introduced the iPhone 3GS.

Well, yesterday Rogers finally announced the iPhone 3GS on its website, and Fido as well! We all thought Fido would not be selling the latest iPhone as it has become a “low cost carrier”. I guess that has changed because if people desire the latest iPhone, they will pay anything to get it (the 6GB/$30 data plan is back too)!

Rogers/Fido Websites Updated with iPhone 3GS Pricing

Regardless, Rogers was a day late in announcing any official news about carrying the iPhone. We only could read tweets by their official Rogers spokesman, Keith McArthur. You gotta feel for the guy as he’s been bombarded by hundreds of tweets, yet all he can respond is with the vague company line.

Rogers/Fido website screenshots:

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Upon hearing about the iPhone 3GS being announced and seeing that Rogers logo on the WWDC presentation screen, Canadians started to wonder: How am I going to get the iPhone 3GS if I’m already on a 3 year Rogers/Fido contract?

If you are on a contract, you will not be eligible for a Hardware Upgrade (HUP) until you are at least one year into a contract–or is it 24 months? Rogers’ policy on early HUPs has been to inform people that the iPhone 3GS will be available for a non-contract price. How much? They won’t say until we are closer to the June 19th launch date.

We will be writing a definitive Rogers/Fido iPhone 3GS upgrade policy guide coming soon–watch for it! Are you going to upgrade to the iPhone 3GS? If you’re in a contract, how many months in are you?

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  • Noah

    i heard fido changes its hup policy that u have to stay in the contract for at leat 30 months(or 18months not sure)…. anyone knows? i have my iphone 3g for almost one year and i really want to upgrade it ….since its unbearable unstable freaking slow performance….

  • Noah

    i heard fido changes its hup policy that u have to stay in the contract for at leat 30 months(or 18months not sure)…. anyone knows? i have my iphone 3g for almost one year and i really want to upgrade it ….since its unbearable unstable freaking slow performance….

  • Noah

    i heard fido changes its hup policy that u have to stay in the contract for at leat 30 months(or 18months not sure)…. anyone knows? i have my iphone 3g for almost one year and i really want to upgrade it ….since its unbearable unstable freaking slow performance….

  • xxJDxx

    Rogers seems to have JUST updated their HUP to say 24 months for ‘smartphones’ and 12 montsh for regular phones…..just in time to screw over those who have 3G and want to upgrade to 3GS…. this really upset me, i just broke my iphone tonight, and am now going to have to buy the 3GS, at full price i guess….

  • xxJDxx

    Rogers seems to have JUST updated their HUP to say 24 months for ‘smartphones’ and 12 montsh for regular phones…..just in time to screw over those who have 3G and want to upgrade to 3GS…. this really upset me, i just broke my iphone tonight, and am now going to have to buy the 3GS, at full price i guess….

  • xxJDxx

    Rogers seems to have JUST updated their HUP to say 24 months for ‘smartphones’ and 12 montsh for regular phones…..just in time to screw over those who have 3G and want to upgrade to 3GS…. this really upset me, i just broke my iphone tonight, and am now going to have to buy the 3GS, at full price i guess….

  • xxJDxx

    I really hope Rogers does something for customers who bought the 3G when it came out. They have to realize that shafting the tech crowd isn’t going to be good for them, as they are the ones lined up to buy products on launch day.

    Is it going to be cheaper to pay the $200 cancelation fee and then re sign up? that would be stupid…

  • xxJDxx

    I really hope Rogers does something for customers who bought the 3G when it came out. They have to realize that shafting the tech crowd isn’t going to be good for them, as they are the ones lined up to buy products on launch day.

    Is it going to be cheaper to pay the $200 cancelation fee and then re sign up? that would be stupid…

  • xxJDxx

    I really hope Rogers does something for customers who bought the 3G when it came out. They have to realize that shafting the tech crowd isn’t going to be good for them, as they are the ones lined up to buy products on launch day.

    Is it going to be cheaper to pay the $200 cancelation fee and then re sign up? that would be stupid…

  • Justin

    Ditto here. Has mine for almost a year I think since I got it when it became available. I’m with Fido, will just have to see what the rules and price are to decide if I want to or can I even upgrade at all.

  • Justin

    Ditto here. Has mine for almost a year I think since I got it when it became available. I’m with Fido, will just have to see what the rules and price are to decide if I want to or can I even upgrade at all.

  • Justin

    Ditto here. Has mine for almost a year I think since I got it when it became available. I’m with Fido, will just have to see what the rules and price are to decide if I want to or can I even upgrade at all.

  • Dude

    I do see the point of an upgrade & will skip the 3GS generation. Sure the processor is faster – but Rogers network cannot support 3G speeds! The camera is 3megapix – but I use an SLR camera. Google maps has the compass feature. Cycorder has video. Did I forget anything?? πŸ˜‰

  • Dude

    I do see the point of an upgrade & will skip the 3GS generation. Sure the processor is faster – but Rogers network cannot support 3G speeds! The camera is 3megapix – but I use an SLR camera. Google maps has the compass feature. Cycorder has video. Did I forget anything?? πŸ˜‰

  • Guest

    Let us know what the buy out price is, hopefully not an arm and a leg! πŸ™ I have a feeling its going to be expensive though, its Robbers and Apple! πŸ˜›

  • Dusty

    Let us know what the buy out price is, hopefully not an arm and a leg! πŸ™ I have a feeling its going to be expensive though, its Robbers and Apple! πŸ˜›

  • Guest

    So true, I don’t think its really necessarily to upgrade unless ur desperate! lol I think you mentioned everything… Unless Apple is hiding something under that case, u never know with Apple πŸ˜›
    Then again, there’s so many blog posting and forums stating that its an INCREDIBLE upgrade! Doh! Ill just wait and see with a hands on πŸ˜‰

  • Dusty

    So true, I don’t think its really necessarily to upgrade unless ur desperate! lol I think you mentioned everything… Unless Apple is hiding something under that case, u never know with Apple πŸ˜›
    Then again, there’s so many blog posting and forums stating that its an INCREDIBLE upgrade! Doh! Ill just wait and see with a hands on πŸ˜‰

  • hadi

    I called Rogers yesterday to see if i could upgrade and she told me some good news. Im still not sure if it’s 12 or 12 months into the 3 year agreement where you can get a HUP but she said im eligible for an upgrade to the iPhone 3GS 16gb for only $230, just a $30 fee even though im still on the contract. I plan to get this upgrade on another line on my account but she said that you need a data plan on the account when you buy an iphone, but there was a workaround by buying it at the Rogers store instead of online or over the phone.

  • hadi

    I called Rogers yesterday to see if i could upgrade and she told me some good news. Im still not sure if it’s 12 or 12 months into the 3 year agreement where you can get a HUP but she said im eligible for an upgrade to the iPhone 3GS 16gb for only $230, just a $30 fee even though im still on the contract. I plan to get this upgrade on another line on my account but she said that you need a data plan on the account when you buy an iphone, but there was a workaround by buying it at the Rogers store instead of online or over the phone.

  • lello91

    Guys is it possible to share the 30$/6gb on my two rogers accounts? Meaning 15$/3gb per line?

  • lello91

    Guys is it possible to share the 30$/6gb on my two rogers accounts? Meaning 15$/3gb per line?

  • No. The 6gb plan is an individual plan only

  • No. The 6gb plan is an individual plan only

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  • farsyte

    Rogers can’t support 3G?
    Actually late last year they rolled out the 7.2Mb so they are actually ready to run the faster 3G.

    Can you fit your SLR in your pocket? SLR’s are great to take pics but when you want to take pics on the fly 3 megapixel is not too shaby!

  • farsyte

    Rogers can’t support 3G?
    Actually late last year they rolled out the 7.2Mb so they are actually ready to run the faster 3G.

    Can you fit your SLR in your pocket? SLR’s are great to take pics but when you want to take pics on the fly 3 megapixel is not too shaby!

  • snowy

    Does Fido charge a system access fee for their version of the iPhone plan?

  • snowy

    Does Fido charge a system access fee for their version of the iPhone plan?

  • J-F Lessard

    I would upgrade for the Nike+iPod built in and the compass, but I got my 3G in august of last year. I will wait to see if they come up with an upgrade option.

    Do I understand correctly; even if I would be willing to pay the full price for the 3Gs, Rogers won’t let me buy one? Is that correct?

  • J-F Lessard

    I would upgrade for the Nike+iPod built in and the compass, but I got my 3G in august of last year. I will wait to see if they come up with an upgrade option.

    Do I understand correctly; even if I would be willing to pay the full price for the 3Gs, Rogers won’t let me buy one? Is that correct?

  • J-F Lessard

    I would upgrade for the Nike+iPod built in and the compass, but it will be a year for my contract only in august, so I will wait to see if Rogers comes up with an upgrade plan.

    Just to make sure; Even if I’m willing to pay full price for the 3Gs, as of now, Rogers won’t let me? Is that correct?

  • J-F Lessard

    I would upgrade for the Nike+iPod built in and the compass, but it will be a year for my contract only in august, so I will wait to see if Rogers comes up with an upgrade plan.

    Just to make sure; Even if I’m willing to pay full price for the 3Gs, as of now, Rogers won’t let me? Is that correct?

  • Carl

    I called a couple days a go and they said the earliest is 6 months before my contract expired.

  • Carl

    I called a couple days a go and they said the earliest is 6 months before my contract expired.

  • Dude

    Well – whenever I do a speed test I get about 6-700kbps on the network. My downloads are slow due to Rogers & not due to my 3G phone. On WiFi it goes zoom-zoom πŸ˜‰
    I have never taken a photo with my 3G. The camera is not something that I use.

  • Dude

    Well – whenever I do a speed test I get about 6-700kbps on the network. My downloads are slow due to Rogers & not due to my 3G phone. On WiFi it goes zoom-zoom πŸ˜‰
    I have never taken a photo with my 3G. The camera is not something that I use.

  • MEH

    Is it possible to buy the new Iphone 3GS without a contract?
    I cant commmit to a 3year plan, thats just crazy long.

  • MEH

    Is it possible to buy the new Iphone 3GS without a contract?
    I cant commmit to a 3year plan, thats just crazy long.

  • tdotcspot

    I spoke to a Rogers CSR this morning. Asked them about the HUP. He told me that I wouldn’t be eligible for another year (bought the phone over the phone July 14th,2008 and I couldn’t upgrade until July 14th,2010).

    I asked him what options I have currently. He spent a couple minutes looking for any information, so I’m really unsure whether these CSRs are fully informed just yet. He told me I’d be better off trying to buy a phone elsewhere and then connecting it to Rogers… which kind of confused me because where else can I get this phone? The Apple Store?

    And then also told me about cancelling and then trying to get another contract. It would seem odd that Rogers wouldn’t give present contract holders an option of upgrading earlier if they wanted.

  • tdotcspot

    I spoke to a Rogers CSR this morning. Asked them about the HUP. He told me that I wouldn’t be eligible for another year (bought the phone over the phone July 14th,2008 and I couldn’t upgrade until July 14th,2010).

    I asked him what options I have currently. He spent a couple minutes looking for any information, so I’m really unsure whether these CSRs are fully informed just yet. He told me I’d be better off trying to buy a phone elsewhere and then connecting it to Rogers… which kind of confused me because where else can I get this phone? The Apple Store?

    And then also told me about cancelling and then trying to get another contract. It would seem odd that Rogers wouldn’t give present contract holders an option of upgrading earlier if they wanted.

  • CR

    Currently an iphone 3g user since July ’08. For me, i did a quick check online and it states that I am eligible for an upgrade on my line as of July 19, 2009.

    No 3G S for me though, barring I get a real good deal on the 32GB model….which is not too likely.

  • CR

    Currently an iphone 3g user since July ’08. For me, i did a quick check online and it states that I am eligible for an upgrade on my line as of July 19, 2009.

    No 3G S for me though, barring I get a real good deal on the 32GB model….which is not too likely.

  • Noah

    Confirmed? if there’s only a $30 extra fee, it’s reasonable for me… does “still on the contract” mean there’re only 2 years left? or locked in a brand new 3yr contract?

  • Noah

    Confirmed? if there’s only a $30 extra fee, it’s reasonable for me… does “still on the contract” mean there’re only 2 years left? or locked in a brand new 3yr contract?

  • Noah

    The new iPhone is all about speed !! that’s it, that’s it. I cannt bear slow loading speed and app crashing all the time….. i tried pdanet with my laptop and i noticed the rogers/fido 3g network is really fast, not that bad as somewhere said at all. the bottleneck is the freaking slow iphone 3g….

  • Noah

    The new iPhone is all about speed !! that’s it, that’s it. I cannt bear slow loading speed and app crashing all the time….. i tried pdanet with my laptop and i noticed the rogers/fido 3g network is really fast, not that bad as somewhere said at all. the bottleneck is the freaking slow iphone 3g….

  • Drewgo

    I just checked my account on line, when I clicked on Upgrade Hardware, it says I have to wait till July 25/09 which would be my 1 year date of a 3 year contract…
    Who knows with the new iphone though……
    I can’t see them selling like crazy ( as they did last year) maybe Rogers will have to make it a bit easyier for us 3G owners…..ha ha ha…who am I kidding….it’s Rogers…

  • Drewgo

    I just checked my account on line, when I clicked on Upgrade Hardware, it says I have to wait till July 25/09 which would be my 1 year date of a 3 year contract…
    Who knows with the new iphone though……
    I can’t see them selling like crazy ( as they did last year) maybe Rogers will have to make it a bit easyier for us 3G owners…..ha ha ha…who am I kidding….it’s Rogers…

  • Sean

    The online check means you are eligible for a regular phone as of July 19, 2009…not a smartphone(which the iphone 3gs is considered). It’s a 2 year wait for a smartphone upgrade. So your not eligible for a new Iphone till July 19, 2010

  • Sean

    The online check means you are eligible for a regular phone as of July 19, 2009…not a smartphone(which the iphone 3gs is considered). It’s a 2 year wait for a smartphone upgrade. So your not eligible for a new Iphone till July 19, 2010

  • TATTOOGURU

    Well, after spending 15 minutes on the phone with a Rogers CSR it appears they are enforcing the 24 month upgrade policy for their smart phones.
    I have to wait an additional year before getting the new iPhone.
    Rogers gets over $300/month from me, thats $3,600 per year! – And I can’t get a new friggin phone!!! – Thats complete bullshit!!!!!!!!!
    Guess ill be looking for one I can buy out-right!!!!

  • TATTOOGURU

    Well, after spending 15 minutes on the phone with a Rogers CSR it appears they are enforcing the 24 month upgrade policy for their smart phones.
    I have to wait an additional year before getting the new iPhone.
    Rogers gets over $300/month from me, thats $3,600 per year! – And I can’t get a new friggin phone!!! – Thats complete bullshit!!!!!!!!!
    Guess ill be looking for one I can buy out-right!!!!

  • J-F Lessard

    @TATTOOGURU I totally agree with you! Why is it so complicated! We are willing to pay and/or renew our contract to upgrade and we can’t!!! That’s absurd.

  • J-F Lessard

    @TATTOOGURU I totally agree with you! Why is it so complicated! We are willing to pay and/or renew our contract to upgrade and we can’t!!! That’s absurd.

  • Malster

    Sigh…… That’s Robbers for you :-(.

    I can’t believe all the potential revenue that they could be making… And would lose by not letting us upgrade.. Especially with them reporting a HUGE 4th quarter loss (2008). And only new activation customers are going to be getting one.

  • Malster

    Sigh…… That’s Robbers for you :-(.

    I can’t believe all the potential revenue that they could be making… And would lose by not letting us upgrade.. Especially with them reporting a HUGE 4th quarter loss (2008). And only new activation customers are going to be getting one.

  • Sean

    I’m in the same boat as most people here…got my 3G at launch July 11 last year and now I’m not eligible for HUP until July 11, 2010. Would I like the 3G(S)? ofcourse…am I that bothered that I can’t upgrade to it right now unless I pay $500-$600? Not really…it’s not that much of an improvement on the 3G. I’m patient and with all the new features of 3.0 I can wait till next summer when I’m sure there will be a much bigger difference. Altered thinner design to the phone, OLED screen, even better battery life…maybe some flash for once?! etc..

  • Sean

    I’m in the same boat as most people here…got my 3G at launch July 11 last year and now I’m not eligible for HUP until July 11, 2010. Would I like the 3G(S)? ofcourse…am I that bothered that I can’t upgrade to it right now unless I pay $500-$600? Not really…it’s not that much of an improvement on the 3G. I’m patient and with all the new features of 3.0 I can wait till next summer when I’m sure there will be a much bigger difference. Altered thinner design to the phone, OLED screen, even better battery life…maybe some flash for once?! etc..

  • xcalibur2572

    Has anyone actually checked their Rogers online account to confirm their HUP eligibility date? I checked mine and it’s claiming July 24, 2009. I purchased the iPhone 3G 8Gb last year. So, either mine is an error o rmaybe the new HUP policy isn’t retroactive. I don’t know, but I’m certainly going to try for the 3GS next month.

  • xcalibur2572

    Has anyone actually checked their Rogers online account to confirm their HUP eligibility date? I checked mine and it’s claiming July 24, 2009. I purchased the iPhone 3G 8Gb last year. So, either mine is an error o rmaybe the new HUP policy isn’t retroactive. I don’t know, but I’m certainly going to try for the 3GS next month.

  • Jonathan

    I don’t understand, where did you get those screenshots? I’ve checked Rogers yesterday and I’m checking it out right now, and they have absolutely nothing about the 3G S model.

  • Jonathan

    I don’t understand, where did you get those screenshots? I’ve checked Rogers yesterday and I’m checking it out right now, and they have absolutely nothing about the 3G S model.

  • Stephen F.

    Following Keith McArthur’s twitter, it looks like smartphone HUP eligibility for Rogers is 24 months, and for Fido it’s even worse – 6 months before the end of your contract, I.E. 30 MONTHS!

    I think they’ll have to come up with an official policy on this. Existing iPhone 3G customers bring in a lot of revenue for the companies, and issues like these are the exact focus of what the new CEO said his mission was.

    We’ll have to wait and see what the non-contract price will be, but I’m betting it won’t be pretty.

  • Stephen F.

    Following Keith McArthur’s twitter, it looks like smartphone HUP eligibility for Rogers is 24 months, and for Fido it’s even worse – 6 months before the end of your contract, I.E. 30 MONTHS!

    I think they’ll have to come up with an official policy on this. Existing iPhone 3G customers bring in a lot of revenue for the companies, and issues like these are the exact focus of what the new CEO said his mission was.

    We’ll have to wait and see what the non-contract price will be, but I’m betting it won’t be pretty.

  • TK

    so let me try to figure this out here;

    Rogers is [b] telling the consumer [/b] that a hardware upgrade is [b] only available [/b] after 2 years is served on a product that is only covered by a 1 year warranty.
    1. internet petition again anyone.
    2. if we stomp the living fuck out of our current phone the last day of the 1 year warranty coveraget, can we then be presented with a choice of a 3gs replacement.

    good friggin god greed by corporate identities is not something we need more of right now considering the economy.

  • TK

    so let me try to figure this out here;

    Rogers is [b] telling the consumer [/b] that a hardware upgrade is [b] only available [/b] after 2 years is served on a product that is only covered by a 1 year warranty.
    1. internet petition again anyone.
    2. if we stomp the living fuck out of our current phone the last day of the 1 year warranty coveraget, can we then be presented with a choice of a 3gs replacement.

    good friggin god greed by corporate identities is not something we need more of right now considering the economy.

  • TK

    You know what Sean you might have a point… this 3Gs is a version with out Steve Jobs, ya know the next one will have some form factor design as well… hell I’ve been holding on for a small backlight to the apple logo.

  • TK

    You know what Sean you might have a point… this 3Gs is a version with out Steve Jobs, ya know the next one will have some form factor design as well… hell I’ve been holding on for a small backlight to the apple logo.

  • Oppal

    Even though i dislike both Fido and Rogers, i am planning on getting an iPhone. Who should i go with? Fido or Rogers…. my present cell phone is with Fido, and i know i can switch my number to Roger’s system. Is Rogers service better/same/worse than Fido’s?

  • Oppal

    Even though i dislike both Fido and Rogers, i am planning on getting an iPhone. Who should i go with? Fido or Rogers…. my present cell phone is with Fido, and i know i can switch my number to Roger’s system. Is Rogers service better/same/worse than Fido’s?

  • Oppal

    can one get an iPhone without the data plan? It sounds like you have to have a data paln along with a 3yr voice contract.

    What will be Rogers Pricing for the new iPhone models?
    Device Pricing as of June 19
    (With 3yr Voice and Data Plan)

  • Oppal

    can one get an iPhone without the data plan? It sounds like you have to have a data paln along with a 3yr voice contract.

    What will be Rogers Pricing for the new iPhone models?
    Device Pricing as of June 19
    (With 3yr Voice and Data Plan)

  • No you dont need a data plan.

    As long as your voice plan is $30.01 or higher, you pay $199/$299 for the iPhone 3G “S” depending on size.

    If your voice plan is $30 or less, add $50 to the price.

  • No you dont need a data plan.

    As long as your voice plan is $30.01 or higher, you pay $199/$299 for the iPhone 3G “S” depending on size.

    If your voice plan is $30 or less, add $50 to the price.

  • Jonathan

    I’m looking at the Rogers website right now and I don’t see anything about the new iPhone.

  • Jonathan

    I’m looking at the Rogers website right now and I don’t see anything about the new iPhone.

  • Inv

    @ Jonathan
    I was wondering the same thing. I don’t see anything about it on the site

    WAIT: Good thing I checked before posting. Seemingly the only way to get to it is to click the 3rd box on the banner on the front page. Or just wait for it. Theres no links in wireless and i didn’t wait before

  • Inv

    @ Jonathan
    I was wondering the same thing. I don’t see anything about it on the site

    WAIT: Good thing I checked before posting. Seemingly the only way to get to it is to click the 3rd box on the banner on the front page. Or just wait for it. Theres no links in wireless and i didn’t wait before

  • Inv
  • Inv
  • Mark

    I’m on a 3yr contract spending around $75-$80 a month on my plan, and I’m also using a plain LG Shine phone. Hoping they take pity on my non-smartphone-ness and let me upgrade to the 3GS without obliterating my bank account. Anyone in a similar situation?

  • Mark

    I’m on a 3yr contract spending around $75-$80 a month on my plan, and I’m also using a plain LG Shine phone. Hoping they take pity on my non-smartphone-ness and let me upgrade to the 3GS without obliterating my bank account. Anyone in a similar situation?

  • Jonathan

    Thanks

  • Jonathan

    Thanks

  • Jonathan

    Rogers’s web site says “Device Only pricing will also be available.”

  • Jonathan

    Rogers’s web site says “Device Only pricing will also be available.”

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  • Monty

    It dfepends how far into your 3-year contract you are. First year, you can’t upgrade. Second year, you can upgrade only from a non-smartphone. Third year you can upgrade with Rogers but Fido requires you be in your last 6 months.

  • Monty

    It dfepends how far into your 3-year contract you are. First year, you can’t upgrade. Second year, you can upgrade only from a non-smartphone. Third year you can upgrade with Rogers but Fido requires you be in your last 6 months.

  • johnlong

    iphone rulz

  • johnlong

    iphone rulz

  • Melody

    Does anyone know the iPhone 3G S pricing for corporate plans?
    I’m on a $20 corporate plan since Sept 2007,
    so basically I’m 22 months into my contract (almost 2 years).
    I’m wondering if I could get a 3G S Hardware Upgrade this Friday?

    Because last year, they gave bullshit non-contract prices for corporate plans (i think it was around $599 for 16GB), so I started a new plan with the 16GB for $299 and gave my existing phone and plan to my sister.

    πŸ™ I hate Rogers.

  • Melody

    Does anyone know the iPhone 3G S pricing for corporate plans?
    I’m on a $20 corporate plan since Sept 2007,
    so basically I’m 22 months into my contract (almost 2 years).
    I’m wondering if I could get a 3G S Hardware Upgrade this Friday?

    Because last year, they gave bullshit non-contract prices for corporate plans (i think it was around $599 for 16GB), so I started a new plan with the 16GB for $299 and gave my existing phone and plan to my sister.

    πŸ™ I hate Rogers.

  • Jourdan123

    I REALLY REALLY REALLY want a IPHONE and 3 of them one LIME GREEN for me a YELLOW one for my BFF and a ORANGE one for my mom

  • Jourdan123

    I REALLY REALLY REALLY want a IPHONE and 3 of them one LIME GREEN for me a YELLOW one for my BFF and a ORANGE one for my mom