Thread: 3G iPhone and AT&T
06-10-2008, 08:33 AM #13G iPhone and AT&T
I just read this on engadget (originally from another site):
"Here's how the costs break down: For the old iPhone, AT&T's cheapest unlimited-data plan went for $59.99 a month. Over 24 months, that was $1,439.76. Add in the $399 price of the phone and you were looking at $1,838.76 for two years of iPhone fun.
AT&T's new unlimited-data plan goes for $69.99 ($30 for data and $39.99 for its cheapest voice plan). For two years, that's $1,679.76, and then you've got the $199 phone -- a grand total of $1,878.76 for the iPhone over two years. So much for more affordable."
Here's my question, if I am going to be attached to someone elses plan, is it possible to use combined minutes between 2 phones (1 iPhone) and have just the data plan added on for me? (an additional $30).
06-10-2008, 09:40 AM #2
it was possible before.
if you had a family plan you can add iphone service for $20 a month. i would imagine that the the new iphone plans will be available as an add on to a family plan
06-10-2008, 10:49 AM #3
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Yeah that will be most likely. We have 5 iPhone all on one family plan.
06-10-2008, 11:40 AM #4
Sweet, thanks for the info
I think they have upped it from $20 to $30, but no big deal, I can handle the extra $10 for 3G speeds.
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