AT&T Sets Launch Date for BlackBerry Z10
Top message: No Commitment price? by T Bone
Replying to: Re: No Commitment price? by Versed
1. ETF (up to $200)
2. Z10 of $199-$250 with 2 year contract.
3. up front fees ($35)
$200+ 250+35= $485+ tax. (let's say $500)
Therefore, He is saving $249 if that $749 price is correct. Although, on AT&T's splash page it says "month to month" is $549.99. So he would still save $50.
- Re: No Commitment price? (Some math) by arox413