Well, the iPhone is set to release tomorrow and many people should be lined outside the Apple and AT&T stores trying to get their hands on one. If you are not under a contract then it may be easy, but what if you ARE under a contract. Well, the Consumerist.com has a list that shows you 6 ways you can get out of such a contract.

1. Sell your cellphone contract.

2. Complain that service isn’t up to par, file complaints with PUC, FTC, BBB,
AG and cc them to the company.

3. Wait for the company to change its rates (like text-messaging), then call
to cancel based on the material change of contract. These are usually for the
default rates and you won’t be able to cancel if you have a package that takes
care of it… hint: so get rid of the package and call back…. Here’s some
recent rate changes and cancellation success stories:

Sprint

AT&T/Cingular

Verizon

T-Mobile

US Cellular

4.Move to an area outside the plan’s coverage area.

5.Join the armed forces – you’ll need to fax in a copy of your orders.

6.Die – someone will need to fax in your death certificate on your behalf.
You’ll be dead, but at least you’re in heaven. iPhone heaven

So, is anyone actually in the market for one of these on the first day?