Somewhere down the road you'll probably see reduced price for the iPhone itself for signing up for the 2 year contract, but that probably won't be for another 5 years when every wireless provider is carrying the iPhone. Could be sooner though if iPhone sales aren't where Apple and att expect them to be--which is very possible.
I agree, no price reduction likely. I could be wrong but I've never seen an Apple device even on sale. iPods are always the same retail price, everywhere. Can't even find a bargain at ChristmasI highly doubt we'll see price reductions (I hope we never do). They'll discontinue before that happens and come out with a full priced new version. It's the Apple thing to do.
I think everyone is just being realistic.Um why don't you want to see price reductions?
Thats not high at all. Cheap. 1350 anytime! unlimited text! that right there is like 50-60 bucks extra! Do you really need so many anytime minutes?My plan costs me $137 (including tax) per month. I have 1350 anytime minites, unlimited text and data. Is this standard for what I get? It seems pretty high to me. Could someone who has this same plan let me knpw what your bill os after tax? Thanks!
Whats strange to me is that my plan seems to be laid out a bit differently. I am being charged $79.99 for 1350 anytime minites and my data plan is $20 as well as my unlimited text. Works out the same. I have never had roll-over minites with pervious cell carriers, so I will see in time if I should lower my plan. Last month I had 450 roll-over minutes left. If that continues, I will lower the plan. I rarely use my home phone because my iPhone is ALWAYS on me.