[EXCLUSIVE] AT&T One iPhone 4S Per Customer, No Commitment Pricing Found
Our AT&T sources have been illuminating a lot today, as it seems an iPhone 4S Training Session pdf made its rounds through AT&T's rep emails today. A couple more interesting bits of info came out just now - it seems AT&T stores will only be allowing one iPhone 4S per customer on launch day
. No word yet on how many Apple will allow, although at the iPhone 4 launch you could get 2. This is similar to the past, but is confirmed for next Friday's launch as well now.
They also do not distinguish between upgrades, new phones, or no commitment pricing. Unless of course the doc is saying a user can get one of each - it's not clear.
The document also outlines the no commitment and early upgrade pricing for the iPhone 4S. It is pretty standard, with early upgrades being $250 over retail, and the no commitment pricing at $450 over retail. Plan on spending $649.99, $749.99, or $849.99 for the 16, 32, and 64GB models respectively for the iPhone 4S.
EDIT: Erica Sadun tells us AT&T is also texting people about the early upgrade $250 price difference.
We'll see you guys in line!