Less than 15 months ago, AT&T was the only U.S. carrier that sold the iPhone. Now, that number has risen to nine. Effective today, five new regional carriers have joined the iPhone cavalcade. And no, none of these go by the name T-Mobile.
On April 20, a fifth U.S. carrier will begin selling the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4. nTelos, a regional carrier that provides service in Virginia and West Virginia, and in parts of Maryland, Ohio, Kentucky, and North Carolina, today announced it would start selling Apple’s handset in two weeks.
Apple’s latest handset is now available through Puerto Rican wireless provider Claro Puerto Rico, making it the fifth U.S. carrier to do so. Most significantly, the small company is offering the handset at the best price available, according to news first reported by 9 To 5 Mac.
C Spire, the Ridgeland, Mississippi-based mobile carrier, today announced it will begin selling the iPhone 4S on Friday, November 11. When it does, C Spire will offer service plans that include unlimited data.
Apple and C Spire announced today that the iPhone 4S will be landing on the small Mississippi-based carrier in November. Formally Cellular South, C Spire will be one of the first carriers Apple will use to expand its reach downmarket to smaller, regional providers.