ColorWare has expanded their expertise to include the recently unveiled iPhone 3GS, allowing you to stand out from the rest of the $199 crowd with your personalized color. As usual, you can choose from the standard range of solid and metallic colors, having dyed-to-match earphones as well. Apart from changing the color of the phone’s back-plate, you can also customize the chrome bezel, home button and SIM holder if that’s your taste. Pricing starts from $150 for the back, while $20 is required for each bezel frame and button, whereas the SIM holder and earbuds will cost $15 each. You’ll need to send in your handset yourself since they aren’t offering any phones from themselves at the moment.
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