AndroidCentral reports that the above screenshot is from AT&T’s database and reflects the prices customers pay when in mid-contract for phones. For instance, if you have more than a year left on your contract and want to upgrade to an iPhone, this is the price you pay. AT&T just raised that $50 for iPhone owners.
If you think AT&T is screwing you over, they are raising the price $150 for Windows Mobile, Blackberry and Android, if the screenshot is to be believed.
Just think how they’ll behave once the only other GSM player in the US is digested.
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