However, as they are being sold in Italy, I assume that includes tax.
In Euros, the prices are 499€ and 569€.
Belgium has a cool law that prohibits mandatory service contracts when
buying a product.
C$785 may seem like alot, but a two year contract with ATT will cost
you US$919 ($30 x 24 + $199).
So if you don't plan on using the 3G feature, that is a savings of
$134 (there is no duty on iPhones).
Keep in mind the curency fluctuations. By the way, why is the € worth
so much if they don't have a drop of oil?
Envoyé depuis mon iPod / Sent from my iPod touch.