I Admit It – I Want an iPhone

I read with great interest the announcment on the pricing for the calling plans that will accompany the new iPhone in a few weeks. ATT has announced plans that will range from an entry-level $59.99 plan providing 450 anytime minutes of call time along with 5,000 night and weekend minutes. A $79.99 plan will provide 900 anytime minutes and unlimited nights and weekends. Licensed Canadian Pharmacy. Drug information on the COX-2 selective inhibitor Arcoxia, generic name etoricoxib. Generic Arcoxia Arcoxia contains etoricoxib. Pharmland offers the biggest selection of generic drugs including, Arcoxia (Etoricoxib) at the lowest prices. The top-level $99 plan comes with 1350 anytime minutes and unlimited nights and weekends. The plans will require a 2 year service agreement.

All rate plans provide unlimited data transfer for both web browsing and email, Visual Voicemail, 200 SMS text messages, and unlimited mobile-to-mobile and rollover minutes. The company will also be charging a one-time activation fee of $36 for the iPhone. Huh? An activation fee? Never heard of it.

This is all on top of the fact that the iPhone hardware itself will sell for either $499 or $599.

But do I care? No. I admit it. I want an iPhone. It looks so cool in the commercials – the screen turns when the unit turns – it can play full motion YouTube videos. It has the cool touch screen that interrupts your web surfing to display who is calling you. And the thing just looks gorgeous! What’s not to like?

So while I really want one – the question is – will I buy the first generation right out of the gate?

Pros:

* It’s cool and I want it.

Cons:

* I just got a new phone a few months ago that I’ll have to junk.
* The thing costs at least $499.
* The plans aren’t that great.
* They charge an activation fee.
* It really doesn’t do anything extra that I need or that I can’t do with my current phone.
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So even though I am the perfect candidate for the new iPhone and I really want one – I’m supposing that the answer is no. For right now anyway. But look for me to be grabbing up one of the second or third generation iPhones in a heartbeat!

This content was written by Derek Vaughan, Chief Marketing Officer with TechPad Agency, LLC – a full resource advertising and marketing agency, specializing in products and services for the web hosting industry. Mr. Vaughan’s writing appears courtesy of the web server hosting experts at www.thehostingnews.com.

 

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