AT&T announces no-commitment / early update pricing for iPhone 4
If your upgrade date is January 1, 2011 or after, early update pricing for the iPhone 4 will be US$399 for the 16GB model or $499 for the 32GB model.
Should you want a "no-commitment" contract, meaning that there's no early termination fee for dropping the phone in less than two years, the price sneaks up another $200 to $599 for the 16GB model and $699 for the 32GB unit.
You can check your upgrade options via AT&T's myWireless account administration tool, or by dialing *639# (*NEW#) from your iPhone.
As with any major purchase, you should consider these pricing factors before you jump into purchasing a new iPhone. Remember, there will probably be another new model coming out in June of 2011, too.
If you're lucky enough to qualify for one of the "early upgrades" that get you out of the usual 18-month AT&T commitment period, then...
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