AT&T Unveils TAP system for iPhone 3G

Way back in April we reported that AT&T announced an iPhone plan for the hearing impaired who still wanted to use the device for text and email. Today AT&T unveiled the details for the same type of plan on the iPhone 3G as well.

The new plan is available for $50, which offers unlimited text, email, and web browsing. Pay-per-use voice is still an option for 40 cents a minute. A Microsoft Exchange package is also available for $65.

How does one get signed up on this plan? A special form is required which can be downloaded here (PDF link).

These plans are only available on the iPhone, but similar plans for the Blackberry do exist.

via Electronista

Author: Brad Molen

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  • danka

    whoop de doo….it's still a big hassle, not to mention costly in obtaining an official signature. A visit to a doctor isn't free. It takes a considerable amount of time and effort. The BIS plan I have for the Blackberry 8800 didn't require any unnecessary 'red tape'.

  • danka

    whoop de doo….it's still a big hassle, not to mention costly in obtaining an official signature. A visit to a doctor isn't free. It takes a considerable amount of time and effort. The BIS plan I have for the Blackberry 8800 didn't require any unnecessary 'red tape'.