The low-end plan runs €29.95/month (~$47) and nets you 150 minutes and 150 SMS messages; with that plan, the iPhone will cost you €79.95 (approximately $126) for the 8GB model and €159.95 ($252) for the 16GB model. The mid-range, which costs €44.95 (~$71), gets you 300 minutes and 300 SMS messages, and reduces the 8GB iPhone to a paltry €1 for the 8GB or €79.95 (~$126) for the 16GB. The high-end, meanwhile, costs €64.95 (~$102), comes with 500 minutes and 500 SMS messages, and brings the price of the iPhone to €1 and €19.95 (~$31) for the 8GB and 16GB iPhones respectively.
All bundles come with Visual Voicemail and data—there’s no mention of a cap, but they do advertise the speeds as 2048kbps (2.4 Mbps) down, which is a bit faster download than the 1.4Mbps speed promised in the US, and 384 kbps up, which is a bit slower than the 500-800kbps upload range that AT&T predicts.
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