AT&T is extending a little good will to its iPhone customers, offering price protections to enable existing subscribers to upgrade to version 4 of the popular device without getting hit with an early termination fee.
AT&T’s pricing offer for the iPhone comes on top of a separate deal Apple’s Steve Jobs announced at the company’s annual developer conference. Enterprise Mobile Today has the details.
AT&T is extending the umbrella for upgrades to more existing iPhone customers. The company announced that recent buyers of the iPhone 3GS would be able to get an iPhone 4 without the early termination fee (ETF).
Anyone who purchased an iPhone 3GS has two choices. If their purchase was made between May 7 and May 14, they can pre-order an iPhone 4 before June 14 and only pay the difference in cost between what they paid for the 3GS and what the iPhone 4 will sell for. If they bought a phone between May 7 and May 21, then they have until June 21 to pre-order the phone.