June 27, 2007
Apple, AT&T Unveil iPhone Service Plans
AT&T Inc. and Apple Inc. on Tuesday said wireless service for the iPhone will range from $59.99 per month to $99.99 per month.
The highly anticipated gadget retails for $499 for a model with 4 gigabytes of storage and $599 for one with 8 gigabytes. It's slated to go on sale at 6 p.m. local time Friday at Apple and AT&T retail stores as well as Apple's Web site.
The $59.99 monthly plan includes 450 minutes of voice time; a $79.99 plan includes 900 minutes; and a $99.99 plan includes 1,350 minutes. All three offer 200 text messages, unlimited data services, minutes that roll over month-to-month and mobile-to-mobile calls. There also is a $36 activation fee.
Looks like a cool but pretty pricey gadget. After watching Apple push dead-end products like the Newton and the Cube to Mac addicts, I'll wait for iPhone 2.0 before thinking about buying one. [JH, a CrackBerry addict]
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