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Wednesday, 27 June 2007 00:43

iPhone prices go live

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$36 activation fee and $59.99 entry level plan

 

AT&T has announced its rate plans for the iPhone that is set to launch on the 29th of June. The iPhone will cost $499 for the 4Gb model and $599 for the 8Gb model, both require a $36 one time activation fee and a two year service agreement.

The talk plans start at $59.99 with 450 free minutes and 5000 night and weekend minutes. The next offer is priced at $79.99 which gives you free night and weekend usage and 900 minutes. The top offer goes for $99 and gives you 1350 minutes free and unlimited nights and weekends.


More details about the iPhone AT&T talk plans can be found here.

Is it really worth it? It is the ultimate piece of geek gadgetry or actually, allow us to rephrase that, it is on a good way to become the ultimate geek gadget. It hasn’t really been beta tested and it will more than likely have bugs. We hope we are wrong for the sake of the people that will spend a ridiculous ammount of cash on Friday when the iPhone will be released. If you are not sure if you want to hit the stores on Friday go ahead and read this. 

 


We cannot argue the fact that when we have seen the iPhone presentation, we were very impressed with how it looks and what it can do, therefore it would be rather hard for us to resist the temptation of buying one. This is where the love for gadgets wins over common sense. 


Europe is still waiting on its iPhones and we almost want to say that we hope it will be v2.0

 

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