The price plan is the killer deal for us. <br><br>AT&T are SUCH idiots. I called them today to see about upgrading and what options I have. The first guy told me that I would have to cancel my contract, pay the early termination fee and then get a new contract for the iPhone.<br><br>Early termination fee is $175. <br><br>That's crazy!<br><br>So I called them again, got someone else, and she said that all I would have to do is add the data plan, which is $20/month per iPhone.<br><br>Nah, forget that. And they said that they were not going to subsidize the iPhone.<br><br><br><br>my photos
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Macminute on my iPhone fully loads in seven to ten seconds using the Edge network not to bad.<br>Other sites with intense graphics can take up to a minute to load.<br>The Edge network is faster than dial-up<br>I personally would not have bought an iPhone my wife and son and daughter gave it to me for Christmas.<br><br>The $20.00 data plan is required for each iPhone on your account I have two iPhones on my account which is an additional $40.00 per month.<br>My monthly bill is $142.59 with my wifes Razar included.<br><br><br> My Ultimate Amazing Crap !
for folks who have a current iPhone, you can buy the new iPhone and simply replace your old iPhone and keep your old plan. that's how i read things. is that wrong? i hope it's correct as that's what i was planning on doing.<br><br>3G is way, way, way faster than EDGE. EDGE is not tolerable for me. even at work, i have to use EDGE to log into my university network. that tends to take me about 1 1/2 minutes. if i am in a meeting and get online and then put my iPhone away for 5 minutes and then decide to use the internet again, i have to use EDGE again to log back in . . . another 1.5 minutes. it sux. if i upgrade, the 3G will likely be just as fast as my university connection and i'll skip logging in altogether. that would be very, very nice for me and worth upgrading.<br><br>--<br>[color:red] Kansas Jayhawks -- 2008 National Champions </font color=red>
Haven't seen the keynote, just the roundups, but I like everything except for one disappointment:<br><br>* iPhone hardware - good! Double the talk time, less than 1 mm thicker, real GPS, 3G (data plan $10 more is acceptable). No videophone, but I for one wasn't expecting that.<br><br>* I like the white version.<br><br>* iPhone software features still look good - no surprises, not final for a month - so I can hope for copy/paste and iChat (but iChat isn't vital: I'm sure AIM and GoogleTalk apps or web apps will work fine)<br><br>* Subsidized plans - good! Same 2 year commitment, cheaper phones, more choice of plans (voice and data now separated).<br><br>* Mobile Me - very tempting - solves my mail synch challenge (multiple POP and IMAP servers) between my Air and imac - and nicely adds the iPhone too<br><br>* Snow Leopard - sounds like a good direction Apple is taking, but a year away<br><br>* Disappointment: no 32 GB iPhone. I will wait patiently!<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>TeamMacOSX.com | MacClan.net
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