Latest iPhone details from AT&T

Summary:AT&T has released some additional information relating to the iPhone that might be of interest to anyone wanting to purchase the revamped iPhone 3G.

AT&T has released some additional information relating to the iPhone that might be of interest to anyone wanting to purchase the revamped iPhone 3G.

iPhone 3G
Here's the info that's been made available. A few points of note:

  • While the contract-bound 6GB and 16GB iPhone 3Gs will go on sale July 11 for $199 and $299 respectively, AT&T has revealed that no-contract versions be made available "in the future" and will cost $599 and $699, depending on storage. 
  • Also, the iPhone 3G will go on sale at Apple and AT&T stores at 8 am local time on July 11, instead of the evening launch that the original iPhone had.
  • Current AT&T customers who are upgrading to iPhone 3G will pay an $18 upgrade fee and new AT&T customers will pay the standard $36 activation fee.

"We can't wait to offer iPhone 3G to our customers, and we want to make sure the buying process is as easy as possible," said Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO of AT&T's wireless unit. "Considering all the great new features of iPhone 3G, we think our pricing and monthly plans present a tremendous value for consumers and businesses alike."

So, who's picking up an iPhone 3G?

Topics: iPhone, AT&T, Hardware, Mobility, Networking, Wi-Fi

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