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iPhone service pricing revealed June 26, 2007

Posted by reverseengineer in iPhone.
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Not that this would be of any import for us or anyone else outside of the US, but Apple and AT&T just revealed the pricing schemes for the iPhone service for individual, family and existing customers. Totally useless info for us, but interesting nonetheless.

FYI, for voicemail, text and data rates prices range from US$60 – US$100 for individuals, and US$80 – US$120 for families with shared usage. The best deals would be for existing users, with US$20 – US$40 rates.

It’s also been confirmed that you do need to use iTunes to activate the iPhone. There is an Activation & Sync QT video viewable on the Apple site in S/M/L sizes, plus a download link for the 71.5 MB file. (Go ahead, download it and torture yourself some more. Glutton.)

Full details on the iPhone Rate Plans on Apple’s site.

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1. Jeff at www.thenewsroom.com - June 27, 2007

Here’s a Reuter’s video on the release…http://thenewsroom.com/details/445649?c_id=wom-bc-js


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