AT&T raising no-commit pricing by $50, matching Verizon?
If you thought no-commit -- or full -- price for a Verizon iPhone 4 would be $50 more than AT&T, think again as it looks like AT&T is bumping up their no-commit pricing to match.
The new no-commit price for a 16GB iPhone 4 is $649 and a 32GB is $749. If you're after an iPhone 3GS, however, the price has dropped $25 to $474. Go figure.
So if you're paying full price on either carrier in the near future at least you can take some small comfort in knowing it's the same price on both networks.
Anyone forking over that much cash for a new, non-exclusive iPhone 4 on either network?
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