Current customer cost...

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by MattyMac, Jul 6, 2008.

  1. MattyMac macrumors 68000

    MattyMac

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    Last year the iPhone plan included a seperate category for current ATT customers upgrading to iPhone. Simply $20 for the data plan plus whatever text message plan you're getting above and beyond the 200. I am on a family plan so I had an extra cost of $30 (data and 1500 messages).

    My question is come friday, can I simply plan on having my bill go up an additional $15?? Instead of $20 for the old data plan it will be $30 for the 3G data and instead of $10 for the texts, it will be $15. Or will I have to pick an entire plan and go with that. I'm hoping it will be as easy as swapping the new data for the old with the added cost. I am asking because I don't see a category for existing users.
     
  2. superstrikertwo macrumors 65816

    superstrikertwo

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    If you are keeping with the 2G iPhone your plan will stay the same if you are getting an iPhone 3G the rate will increase to $30 (excluding text-messaging).
     
  3. MattyMac thread starter macrumors 68000

    MattyMac

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    Any source for that...that I'll just need to swap the $20 data plan for the $30 data plan?
     
  4. nomar383 macrumors 65816

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    No. If you upgrade to a 3G iPhone it will be $45 for data and 1500 text messages. If you don't upgrade your plan stays the same. Just go to the AT&T website and check it out for yourself
     
  5. MattyMac thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Exactly. So I will be paying $15 more. Last year they had a specific plan chart for existing customers saying that the data plan is $20 more to your current plan. I didnt see that chart this year. Now it looks like even existing customers need to pick a strictly iPhone plan instead of simply adding data to their current plan.
     
  6. nomar383 macrumors 65816

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    $15 more IF you upgrade to a new 3G iPhone, yes. The "iPhone Plan" for existing customers works the same way as last year except it costs an extra $15 for what you want, IF you upgrade to the new device. Like I said, if you don't buy a new phone, no rate increases
     

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