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IPhone Bills Not Quite as Elegant as Apple Products

Documents Big as Phone Books

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I have an iPod, a Nano, a Shuffle and Nike-Plus. I'm always amazed at the sleek packaging and sometimes even a little frustrated that the owner's manuals don't amount to much more than a "turn-it-on and you'll figure it out" pamphlet.

So it's funny to read this account from the Ars Technica blog, where they've just received their first iPhone bills from AT&T.

"One of our bills is a whopping 52 pages long, and my own bill is 34 pages long. They're printed on both sides, too."
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