Apple Has Started Selling Contract Free iPhones In The US

News | Saturday March 20 2010 7:48 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , ,

According to Apple 's internal documentation, the iPhone is now available without AT&T contract or ID at any Apple Store. Our contact claims that the iPhone is locked, however, so it will only work with AT&T SIMs. Here are the conditions:
• Customers are not required to have an AT&T contract.
• Customers can only purchase one iPhone per day.
Meanwhile, 9to5Mac is reporting:
We're getting communication (and a few tweets) that the Apple Store is going to start selling iphones 'at list price' in the near future. Youve always been able to buy them this way but you've needed to show proof of an AT&T plan.
List price means $499 for 8GB, $599 for 16GB and 32GB is $699.
This means that Apple is selling iPhone that is contract free, which means that it would still be locked to AT&T, but customers are not locked in to a two-year contract as they were previously.
Based on the buzz in the blogosphere, we’re excited to hear that Apple was selling
. But it doesn’t seem to be the case as of now.
at list price or the subsidized iPhone with a two-year contract? Let us know in the comments.

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