Apple briefly revealed the complete details of the options available to Verizon iPhone customers.
The pricing details seem to have gone live after last night’s downtime on Apple’s Online Store but Apple has quickly removed the Verizon iPhone ordering pages.
Apple might have published the pages a little early as Verizon had announced that the CDMA iPhone 4 will be available for pre-orders from February 3rd to qualified Verizon Wireless customers, ahead of general availability from February 10th.
Anyways, if you are eagerly waiting to pre-order the Verizon iPhone then here are all the details.
The 16GB Verizon iPhone model will cost $199 while the 32GB Verizon iPhone model will cost $299 with a two-year contract. Customers also get the option to choose from various voice, data and messaging plans.
As you can see from the screenshot below, individual voice plans start at $39.99 per month for 450 minutes, $59.99 for 900 minutes and Nationwide Unlimited plan for $69.99 per month. Family SharePlans start at $69.99 for 700 minutes, $89.99 for 1400 minutes, $99.99 for 2000 minutes and Unlimited plan for $119.99 per month.
As we had reported yesterday, Verizon iPhone customers can opt for the unlimited data plan for $29.99 per month. Mobile hotspot and tethering plan is available for an extra $20 per month and comes with a 2GB data cap.
Messaging plans start at $5 for 250 messages, $10 for 500 messages and unlimited plan for $20 per month. Customers can also choose to pay as they use and will be billed at a per-message rate of 20 cents text and 25 cents per picture/video message. Family SharePlans messaging options start at $5 for 250 messages, $10 for 500 messages, $20 for 5000 messages and unlimited plan for $30 per month.
What do you think of the pricing? Are you planning to pre-order the Verizon iPhone?