To have a fully functional iPhone with all the bells and whistles, AT&T will make you sign up for a two-year contract, charge a cool $30 a month for unlimited 3G data, and $39.99 a month (in the beginning) for voice — with unlimited 3G data plans for business users costing $45 a month (in addition to a voice plan). If you're fed up with increased data plans — AT&T jacked up rates from $20 to $30 — IntoMobile has some great tips for terminating your plan, in case you're one of the few who wants a plan B. Personally, I'm so obsessed with my iPhone, I'd seriously pay $100 a month. But without further ado, continue reading at your own risk!
- New iPhone 3G owners can cancel their At&T contract after 30 days of service.
- In order to do so, you must pay the EFT (Early Termination Fee), and pay your monthly bill.
- Keep in mind that if you don't wait the 30 days, you'll have to return your handset to wherever you purchased it.
- Once your phone is set free from its contract, you can find the "safest" unlocking software that there is.
- When unlocked, your iPhone will become network friendly, giving you the option to switch SIM cards while traveling, etc.