AT&T Corporate iPhone Deal: No Thanks (AAPL, T)

AT&T’s corporate mobile phone customers can now use Apple’s iPhone with their business plans. But we can’t see why they’d want to: AT&T’s enterprise data plans are twice as expensive as consumer iPhone plans. For consumers, AT&T includes an all-you-can-eat data plan with the cost of the subscription; worth about $20. For business customers, the cheapest monthly data plan is $45. (Through the end of the year, the carrier will cut $25 per month off the plan for “qualified customers” if you sign a 2-year contract.)

What does this mean for AAPL or AT&T? Not much, unless we’re missing something. We think the corporate IT guys will be sticking with RIMM’s BlackBerries for a while longer.

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