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Apple considering releasing $99 8GB iPhone 3GS

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 07 Nov 2009 0:24 User comments (4)

Apple considering releasing $99 8GB iPhone 3GS This is a short blurb and is to be considered speculation for the time being, but BoyGeniusReport is reporting today that two separate "inside sources" have told the site that Apple and AT&T are planning on releasing an 8GB iPhone 3GS in the next month for $99 USD as a way to combat the next in a long list of "iPhone Killers," the Motorola DROID.
The DROID, which launched yesterday to much fanfare from rival carrier Verizon, is the first Android phone to handle Android OS 2.0 and the inclusion of Google Navigation for free, a full-on GPS app that rivals apps on the iPhone that cost up to $100 USD.

For more information on the Moto DROID, please check here: Motorola DROID is official

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4 user comments

17.11.2009 10:41

If I could l get verizons pay as you go plan I would get me one for 100$ just to see what this Ifad is all about...

27.11.2009 14:07

its 100 ontop of the contract, not without a contract.

37.11.2009 14:34

This is why I love competition, lower prices for consumers. Still, I will never buy an iPhone 3GS.

47.11.2009 22:06

A $100 phone with a $60 monthly plan for 3 years? Stupid.

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