AT&T pitches business plans for iPhone

James Middleton

January 22, 2008

1 Min Read
AT&T pitches business plans for iPhone

AT&T, the first carrier to launch the Apple iPhone, has introduced a number of tariffs for business users, pitching the device at the professional market.

Uses are still locked into a two year contract, but business customers see their voice and data plans divided separately.

Customers choose a voice plan, then add one of three Enterprise Data Plans, all of which include unlimited data and Visual Voicemail. The only difference is the bucket of included text messages.

For $45 users get 200 SMS, $55 buys 1500 and $65 gives unlimited messages.

There are also two data roaming add-ons – $25 delivers 20MB of data to be used in any of 29 countries, or $60 for 50MB of data.

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