iPhone to cost $200 or less, say newspapers

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Leander Kahney at Cult of Mac spots independent rumors all converging on the same number: $200.

USA Today, the London Guardian and the Financial Times are all independently reporting that the new iPhone 2 will start at $200, bolstering the rumors we heard last week.

A British carrier, according to the Grauniad, will give it away free of charge for people prepared to sign up for the super-high end $150+ plans.

iPhone 2 To Cost $200 or Less – Reports [Cult of Mac]

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5 Responses to iPhone to cost $200 or less, say newspapers

  1. Anonymous says:

    ey, here from spain…7th July…Iphone 3G 100€ :)

  2. Tenn says:

    iPhones? Too small? What do you use, MDHatter, a brick circa the 70s?

  3. Enochrewt says:

    If it costs $200 or less, I might be purchasing my first Apple product in 10 years.

    I’m more interested in seeing other carriers besides AT&T sell them, as I really don’t want to give any money to them. (I’m a former AT&T incarnation employee)

  4. Caroline says:

    My mom’s phone just died, which she IMed me about literally as I clicked on this article. She says she wants an iPhone, but isn’t sure it’s in the budget. I told her, well, hold off today and we’ll see what happens….

  5. mdhatter says:

    The d*mn things are ~too~ small.

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