I do not have a credit card but i want to download free applications for my i phone (apple 3 gs).How do I?
You can buy gift cards for iTunes to use. but you don't need any credit card to download free items just an Apple account.
And...the Hubbers Hangout is not the place to ask such questions.
If you create an iTunes account via the Apps link in the music store as opposed to the normal way you go about creating an account, you can actually choose no payment option as a way to download free apps for your iPhone. You want to do this on a computer to make the bypass work though.
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