AT&T’s iPhone Pain
AT&T’s new agreement with Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) ditches the original revenue share deal, where Apple got a cut of iPhone service revenues. AT&T now pays more for the device upfront, but it no longer has to share revenues with Apple.
AT&T has two monthly data plans for the iPhone: $30 per month for unlimited data and email for consumers and $45 per month for unlimited data and corporate email for enterprise users. The minimum voice plan required for the iPhone is $39.99 per month, and iPhone contracts are for two years.
— Michelle Donegan, European Editor, Unstrung