The BoyGeniusReport, now synonymous with leaking in-house data on AT&T's retail store go-to-market strategy for the Apple handset, submits in its latest blog post a screenshot (also below) of iPhone tracking numbers and product descriptions entered into the carrier's database on April 19th.
Based on the screen capture, the blog site infers that Apple will make the handset available through each of AT&T's primary service methods, including the familiar subscription-only service as well as the Go Phone Pick Your Plan (hybrid) and Pay As You Go (prepaid-only) methods.
While the costs for the individual services are unknown, AT&T hasn't announced any changes to its payment methods for the iPhone versus other devices.
Meanwhile, Electronista raises the possibility that the AT&T data entries for the various iPhone payment methods may have been completed automatically regardless of the carrier's intent to use them for shipping phones.
Thus far, AT&T has committed only the pricing officially announced by Apple at Macworld San Francisco in January, which asserted that iPhone will be available starting from $499 for a 4GB model with a two-year service subscription.