nTelos Wireless, a Virginia-based wireless company with more than400,000 subscribers, will become the fifth U.S. carrier to sellApple's iPhone when it launches on April 20. nTelos is the second regional carrier to partner with Apple, as thecompany began expanding to smaller U.S. carriers last October when it struck a deal with C Spire Wireless, which has about900,000 customers. |
The 8-gigabyte iPhone 4 will be available through nTelos for $50,while the 16-gigabyte iPhone 4S can be had for $150, 32 gigabytesfor $250, and 64 gigabytes for $350. Those contract-subsidizedprices are all $50 cheaper than the offerings from the company'scompetitors. nTelos offers unlimited voice, text and data for one line for $100per month. Two lines can be purchased for $140 per month, andadditional lines after that cost $50 each. Availability of the iPhone to nTelos is possible because thecarrier relies on a CDMA network, similar to the technology thatpowers Verizon and Sprint's wireless networks.
As of Wednesday, the iPhone 4S is listed as "coming soon" on thenTelos Wireless website. Sales will officially begin at 7 a.m. onApril 20 through nTelos retail stores, at the company's website, orby calling 1-888-427-8858. "As a wireless service provider well-known for delivering the bestvalue in wireless, we're pleased to offer the amazing new iPhone 4Sto our customers," said Jim Hyde, president and CEO for nTelosWireless. "iPhone 4S offers an abundance of new features, and withour industry-leading, nationwide smartphone plans, customers cannow enjoy the nation best networks for less." nTelos offers nationwide voice and data coverage for subscribersbased in Virginia and West Virginia, along with portions ofMaryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Kentucky.
When the iPhone launches with nTelos, it will join AT&T, Verizon,Sprint and C Spire as one of five official U.S. carriers. The oneglaring omission from the list of official Apple partners isT-Mobile, which is the fourth-largest wireless carrier in the U.S.with 34 million customers. T-Mobile's lack of access to the iPhone is a result of thecompany's 3G service relying on the uncommon 1700MHz and 2100MHzbands, which are not supported by Apple's smartphone. Users whooperate an unlocked iPhone on T-Mobile's network are restricted tomuch slower "EDGE" speeds.
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