$10 Price Drop For IPhone Plans?

Posted: May 7 2009, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:15pm CDT, in News | Apple

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Apple fans have a lot of reasons to feel good right now. The MacBook touch, the Apple netbook, and all of the new iPhone rumors must have them just about as giddy as tech nerds can get. Now, as if things aren't already going well enough for Apple lovers, they're about to save an extra ten bucks a month. At the end of the year, that's more than 1/3rd of a MacBook!

TheStreet.com just dropped a rumor that AT&T is looking at dropping the introductory iPhone plan from $69 to $59 monthly. Cote Collaborative believes that the price drop will begin on June 8th, when the new iPhone line will be unveiled at the World Wide Developer's Conference.

Ever since Blackberry beat Apple in Smartphone sales, they've been looking for ways to get back on top of the pile. This price decrease is a good way to boost sales of the new iPhone, as well as make a whole bunch of their current adherents very happy with them.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/5" rel="author">Robert Evans</a>
The excitement about new smartphones, tablets and anything mobile drive Robert to unearth the latest rumors and developments in this fast moving space. He adopted 4G as soon as it become available and knows where the mobile market is going.
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