Prices for the 3G iPhone from AT&T will range from $199 for new customers with a two-year contract up to $699 for a phone with no contract. At the same time, the price of service plans is going up.New customers signing a two-year contract and current iPhone owners will be able to pay $199 for a new 8GB iPhone. Current AT&T customers who aren't eligible for upgrade discounts will pay $399 for the 8GB model and $499 for a 16GB device. Eventually, AT&T will offer a contract-free iPhone at $599 for the 8GB model and $699 for 16GB.
This follows the earlier announcement that prices for the service plans would rise. An unlimited data plan will cost $30/month, up from $20; Exchange support will cost $45/month. Text messaging will no longer be included in the data plan but will be priced separately.InformationWeek, Computerworld
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