Originally Posted by HarryT
All the other versions of eReader are free, so it would be odd if they were to charge for the iPhone version.
In fact, in the past eReader had two levels, the standard application, and a pro version with some extra features (dictionary lookup, some customization, etc.). They used to charge for the pro version. When Fictionwise took over, they did away with that scheme, and just went with free reader applications. So I don't expect them to go back the other direction just six months later.