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AT&T Rolls Out New International iPhone Data Plans

AT&T has added two new iPhone data plans that should make using Apple's smartphone outside the U.S. cheaper.

AT&T has added two new iPhone data plans that should make using Apple's smartphone outside the U.S. cheaper.The new plans, covering 67 countries, offer 100 MB of data for $120 a month and 200 MB for $200 a month. Those rates compare favorably to pay-per-use charges of $.0195/KB, at which rate $120 would only buy about 6 MB of data. The new plans are available on an as-needed basis, with no long-term commitment. Twenty MB and 50MB plans are also offered in the same countries.

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