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Receipt hints at iPhone service discounts?

updated 12:45 pm EST, Wed March 7, 2007

iPhone Receipt Discount

AT&T may already have put in place service discounts for the iPhone, according to a receipt from one new subscriber to the cell service. Upon switching to the American carrier, Derek Punsalan noticed that although he had ordered a BlackBerry Pearl to go with his plan, his receipt for the purchase also mentioned the unreleased Apple phone, suggesting that it would receive a $150 discount when paired with a two-year service plan.
While clearly unintentional, the glitch indicates advance readiness for the phone and revives the possibility that AT&T will offer discounts in spite of the fixed $499 and $599 prices determined by Apple. View the receipt after the jump.

by MacNN Staff




  1. solafide

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Could be TCO comparison

    This could be a savings in the total cost of ownership over the two year period. There have been some articles that show the iPhone as being less expensive when you count the 2-year plan in.

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