iPhone 4 Price: AT&T Upgrades won’t be cheap

By Alan Ng - Jun 8, 2010

The next few weeks are going to be very interesting for AT&T customers we feel. For those of you who are near an upgrade on your existing contract – is the iPhone 4 an easy decision or are you worried about the total costs per month?

The iPhone 4 will be available on AT&T from June 24th, with Apple allowing for customers to make early upgrades, so users can pick up the new handset if they want to.

As we mentioned in a previous article here, the iPhone 4 will be available from $199 for the 16GB, while the 32GB version will cost $299 – both of which are subject to a two year deal with AT&T.

Then of course, customers will have to select which plan they want – which has been well documented. You get the choice of either $15 for 200MB, or $25 or 2GB per month, no more unlimited data option.

We don’t expect 3G Facetime video calling will be cheap either, so having the new iPhone 4 in your pocket will surely come at a cost for users. Let us know your thoughts on this. Is the iPhone 4 too expensive for you, or do you just want it regardless of costs?

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