Add this one to the iPhone rumor mill. Our associates at Engadget reported this morning that a guy on HowardForums, who seems to be reputable in the rumors he has leaked in the past, has also figured out what the pricing will be on the Canadian iPhone.
When the iPhone is launched in Canada on July 11, the plans actually sound nearly identical to the pricing AT&T Mobility will be offering. $199 and $299 for 8 and 16 GB, respectively, and voice and data will both be required. Data plans will be either $30 for an unlimited consumer usage, and $45 for corporate users who need access to Exchange.
Visual Voicemail will still be available to those who subscribe.
Engadget also mentions no prepaid will be offered and activations will be in-store.
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