Apple Sells IPhones Without AT&T Contract

Posted: Mar 23 2010, 11:35am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:09pm CDT, in News | Apple

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The iPhone is now available sans contract. According to 9to5mac (and an official doc from Gizmodo) as of today it is no longer necessary to have an AT&T plan to buy an iPhone at the Apple Store. Any Tom, Dick, or Harry can grab an 8 GB iPhone for $499, a 16 GB for $599, and a 32 GB for $699. One unit per customer per day can be sold. There is a maximum of ten iPhones per person.

These iPhones are (sadly) still locked into AT&T's network. You can jailbreak them to fix this, but that is technically illegal.

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