We just received this one through the Android Central app, and with a little sleuthing (reports filed via the app are completely anonymous) we tied it to AT&T, based on the lingo. QMP is what AT&T calls their feature phones (Quick Messaging Phones), and it looks like anyone looking to purchase off-contract or on a one-year commitment is going to be paying a little more come April 3.
According to the screenshot, the price of the iPhone will be going up by $50, while other smartphones like the Atrix 4G will be going up by $150 for a one year contract, and $50 if purchased outright. How any rebates are going to affect this, is still unknown. Nobody likes it when prices rise, but Android, BlackBerry, and WP7 fans will be hit the hardest. And just when we thought AT&T was warming up to Android a little. Thanks, Anon!
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