Noticia retirada do macrumors.
Unsubsidized iPhone 3G Still Locked
posted by arn on Wednesday July 02, 2008 03:56 AM
AT&T confirmed another tidbit that many assumed true, but again it's nice to hear the official word. Despite suggestions that the unsubsidized iPhone 3G ($599, $699) would be "decoupled" from AT&T, a spokesperson has confirmed that the unsubsidized iPhone 3G will still be locked to AT&T.
But both contract and contract-free phones will be "locked" to work only on AT&T's network, and the monthly service plans available will be the same, said AT&T spokesman Michael Coe.
This means U.S. customers who wish to unlock their iPhone 3G will have to wait for a publicly available solution.
As has been stated before, the iPhone 3G will be unable to use T-Mobile's 3G data network, so the only practical reason for unlocking of the iPhone 3G in the U.S. is for international travel.
Apesar de não ter contrato, vao ter que achar um jeito de desbloquear mesmo.