Tempting IPhone 3G Deal From T-Mobile In Germany Points Towards New IPhone 2009

Posted: Apr 7 2009, 10:22am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:46pm CDT, in News | Apple

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If the increased number of new iPhone 2009 rumors and the upcoming release of the iPhone 3.0 firmware are not enough evidence for you that Apple will release a new iPhone in June check out the deal T-Mobile has for the current iPhone in Germany.
Through the month of April new iPhone 3G customers get the iPhone for 1 Euro, a 30 Euro iTunes Gift Card, 2 months of free service and free activation. To put it in perspective: The lowest plan where you get unlimited data is selling for $60/month (44.95 Euro/month, Complete S). AT&T charges you $199 for the iPhone and the Data plan and the lowest voice plan add up to $69.99.
This is indeed a really nice deal, but you are locked in for two years and if the new iPhone is really getting released in 2 months, takers will be getting serious "new iPhone 2009 envy".
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