Wednesday November 2, 2011 6:00 pm
iPhone launching on C Spire on November 11
Apple's iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 will come to C Spire on November 11, the company announced today. Customers can pre-order their iPhone 4 or 4S now, according to the company, which was formally known as Cellular South.
The carrier is offering four data plans, all of which include unlimited data, though the first two exclude streaming. A truly unlimited option will set you back $90 for 1,000 minutes and unlimited data and text. Unlimited talk, text, and data will set you back $100 per month. For more, see the chart after the break.
The iPhone 4 is $99, iPhone 4S starts at $199.99 for a 16GB model, $299.99 for 32GB, and $399.99 for a 64GB version.
C Spire first announced it would sell the iPhone 4S several weeks ago, making it the first regional carrier in the U.S. to carry the popular Apple smartphone. Sprint added the iPhone 4 and 4S to its lineup in early October, and is currently the only U.S. carrier to offer truly unlimited data for the iPhone. AT&T, of course, had a lock on the iPhone for more than three years until Verizon nabbed it earlier this year.
That leaves T-Mobile as the lone major U.S. carrier without the device. It said recently that it would like to offer the iPhone, but technology issues have prevented it.
Earlier today, Apple said it will release the iPhone 4S in 15 more countries on November 11, including South Korea and Greece. The iPhone 4S was released in the U.S., Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. on October 14 and expanded to 22 more countries on October 28.
For more, see our full review of the iPhone 4S.
This article, written by Chloe Albanesius, originally appeared on PCMag.com and is republished on Gear Live with the permission of Ziff Davis, Inc.
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