Earlier today Apple revealed release dates for a variety of countries around the world for the latest version of the iPhone. Now we can tell you that regional US carrier C Spire also gets an iPhone 4/4S release date. The smaller carrier will join the likes of AT&T and Sprint by offering Apple’s flagship smartphone.
The company revealed today the smartphone will be available for C Spire customers from November 11th, and according to PC Mag customers can preorder the iPhone 4 or 4S now. C Spire are going to offer customers four data plans with all of them providing unlimited data, while two of them exclude streaming.
One of the unlimited plans will cost you $90 per month for 1,000 minutes with unlimited data and text. If you want unlimited talk, text, and data this will cost you $100 per month. For all the pricing plans see the image below.
Pricing for the iPhone 4 begins at $99 for the 8GB version, while the iPhone 4S pricing kicks off at $199.99 for the 16GB model. The 32GB model will cost you $299.99 going up to $399.99 for 64GB. The carrier revealed it will offer the handset a few weeks ago, which makes it the first regional carrier to do so.
With Sprint also joining the iPhone party T-Mobile is now the only major carrier in the US without an official iPhone on offer, even though it would like to offer it to its customers. Do you think the lack of the iPhone will be costly for T-Mobile?
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