iPhone line "waiters" surface on craigslist: they want HOW MUCH?

OK, now you know that the iPhone goes on sale at AT&T Mobility stores and Apple stores at 6 p.m.

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OK, now you know that the iPhone goes on sale at AT&T Mobility stores and Apple stores at 6 p.m. this Friday.

Long lines will be queued up for several hours, but what if, just say, you have, like, a job? A job that you can't take off on Friday just to wait on a long line for an iPhone?

There could be help on the way, but it'll cost ya.

I've been seeing ads on various local craigslist sites from folks that will actually wait on line for you.

Typified by the ad on San Francisco's craigslist that I've screencapped at the top of this post, this "service" typically will cost you $250 a day.

I presume these "waiters" will work it out with you so they will give up their spot for you when you do show up. After all, the AT&T Wireless store or Apple Store will need your signature on the service contract or credit card slip.

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