Wired: According to leaked internal documents, iPhone customers will no longer be required to purchase an AT&T contract in order to purchase the device. However, the phones are not unlocked, so customers will either have to unlock the phones themselves or use them with an existing AT&T contract.
The off-contract phones aren't exactly a bargain, though. The official policy reads: "Customers may purchase only one (1) iPhone at full price ($499 for the 8GB iPhone 3G, $599 for the 16GB iPhone 3GS, and $699 for the 32GB iPhone 3GS) per day."
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