AT&T launches Apple iPhone plans for business users

AT&T has debuted Apple iPhone rate plans for business customers.

To use iPhone as a business customer, you’ll need to sign up for a 2-year service agreement or a renewed 2-year service agreement if you’re an existing AT&T wireless customer. New Corporate Responsibility Users and other corporate-liable users (CRUs) must activate an eligible voice service plan for iPhone and an Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone. If you’re an existing CRU with iPhone-eligible voice service and you want to keep your current voice plan, you just need to add an Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone. (This will replace your current data plan.)

Enterprise Data Plans for iPhone include Visual Voicemail, unlimited data with both email and web – for use in the U.S. – plus a specific number of SMS text messages. You can browse the Internet and send email as often as you like with our being charged additional fees.

Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone 200: 200 SMS, Domestic Data (web/email), Visual Voicemail, $45/mo.
• Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone 1500: 1500 SMS, Domestic Data (web/email), Visual Voicemail, $55/mo.
• Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone Unlimited: Unlimited SMS, Domestic Data (web/email), Visual Voicemail, $$65/mo.

For a limited time, qualified customers save $25 per month on Enterprise Data Plans for iPhone. Qualified Corporate Responsibility Users and other corporate-liable users who activate an Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone by March 31, 2008 may be eligible to receive a service credit in the amount of $25 per month through December 31, 2008. To receive the recurring monthly credit, qualified users must maintain and be active on both an Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone and an eligible voice service plan at the time each such credit is applied or the credit will be forfeited. It may take up to two (2) billing cycles after activation for the first monthly credit to appear on qualified invoices. Offer not available to Individual Responsibility Users.

If you travel internationally, a Data Global Add-On for iPhone may be purchased in addition to an Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone. For $24.99/mo. Users get 20MB of usage per month in 29 countries. For $59.99/mo. users get 50MB per month in 29 countries.

More info via AT&T here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Too Hot!” for the heads up.]

26 Comments

  1. New Corporate Responsibility Users and other corporate-liable users (CRUs) must activate an eligible voice service plan for iPhone and an Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone. If you’re an existing CRU with iPhone-eligible voice service and you want to keep your current voice plan, you just need to add an Enterprise Data Plan for iPhone.

    Please try that again, this time in English.

  2. Canadia is another country, with dissimilar operating costs, etc.

    It’s more expensive to do business in Canadia. You’re no more being ripped off than Alaska residents who pay more for oranges than Floridians. Only Alaskans have actually figured this out.

  3. Is there a practical reason why P2P photo-enhanced MMS is not a function?

    I am really getting annoyed by my “view message at viewmymessage.com” texts I’m getting ~ which I can’t reasonalbly access from my iPhone as the login & P/W are rediculous random numbers I’d need a pen & paper to write down.

    Also, viewmymessgage.com was shut down last night

    Curious …

  4. Dream on Snooper, the reason it is more expensive in Canada is that US firms have been screwing Canadians for years because of the Dollar differences and like any addict can’t change their habits with the Dollar becomes equal. Just look at car prices and better yet gas prices.

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