AT&T releases domestic iPhone 3G rate plans

AT&T today released their rate plan information for the iPhone 3G which goes on sale at 8am on 11 July 2008. As expected the free 200 SMS messages included in the original iPhone rate plans are gone and now cost US$5 per month for 200 messages, US$15 per month for 1,500 messages and US$20 per month for unlimited messages.

AT&T today released their rate plan information for the iPhone 3G which goes on sale at 8am on 11 July 2008. As expected the free 200 SMS messages included in the original iPhone rate plans are gone and now cost US$5 per month for 200 messages, US$15 per month for 1,500 messages and US$20 per month for unlimited messages. (see the Add Text Plan chart below).

AT&T is clearly pushing their unlimited plans which sell for US$129.99 for individuals (AT&T Nation) and US$259.99 for FamilyTalk plans with two phones.

AT&T releases domestic iPhone 3G rate plans
AT&T releases domestic iPhone 3G rate plans
AT&T releases domestic iPhone 3G rate plans
Full details are on the AT&T iPhone Web site.

I'm a FamilyTalk subscriber and only buying one iPhone 3G, so I'm not really sure how the billing works (especially with SMS) with a mix of iPhones and iPhone 3Gs. I'm most likely going to get the Family Talk 2100 plan (US$169.99) with two additional lines (US$39.99 each).

What iPhone 3G plan are you going to get?