Without so much as an announcement Apple have reduced the price of the iPhone 3Gs for $49 with a new two-year contract with AT&T. This matches the exact same offer that AT&T came out with last week.
As you can see from the screen shot above the iPhone 4 is still available from $199 for 16GB and up to $299 for the 32GB model.
With AT&T’s cheif rival, Verizon set to announce next Tuesday, 11 January 2011, that they will be carrying the iPhone 4, they have not mentioned yet whether they intend to package up the iPhone 3GS as well.
As soon as we know more regarding Verizon and the iPhone 3Gs, we’ll let you know but for the moment, it seems the only deal on the table at the moment is with a two year contract with AT&T, but it is good.
For example, ss can be seen from the message plan above, it is possible to go on to the AT&T Nation Rate Plan for $39.99 a month and this will give you 450 Anytime Minutes, 5000 Night and Weekend Minutes. Any additional minutes are charged at $0.45/min. So, the total payable on a two year plan is $959.76 + $49.99 for the initial expenditure of the handset. What do you think? Seems like a pretty good deal to us.