Only days after AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega said subsidized phone prices are going away, Apple dropped the option for iPhones on the carrier's network. Instead of offering iPhones on AT&T's network with two-year contracts and subsidized prices, Apple now only offers the AT&T Next plan which spreads the cost of a new iPhone over several months.
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AT&T has been telegraphing its move away from subsidized phone plans, so it shouldn't be a big surprise seeing the change show up in the Apple Store.