The Virginia carrier gets the iPhone 5 and sticks a $149.99 price tag on the 16GB model. Other iPhones are going for as low as 1 cent.
The small regional Virginia-area carrier will start selling the iPhone 4S on April 20. The device will be offered at a $50 discount. And Alaska Communications is getting it, too.
The two phones will be available through such carriers as Appalachian Wireless, Bluegrass Cellular, and Nex-Tech Wireless.
Alaska Communications, Appalachian Wireless, GCI, Cellcom, and nTelos will offer Apple's flagship phone on their networks starting today.
Some smaller carriers will trim $50 off the normal retail price for Apple's next-generation smartphone when they begin selling it tomorrow.
Dish Network has ambitions to become a challenger in the home broadband market, but it needs valuable spectrum from Clearwire, Sprint, and LightSquared.
With the iPhone seemingly everywhere -- including prepaid courtesy of Cricket -- it isn't quite as special as it used to be. That's bad news for the carriers.
T-Mobile offers great value on its service, but customers are frustrated by the lack of handset choices, especially those lusting to buy an iPhone.
This edition of Ask Maggie covers how to select the best carrier for the iPhone 4S as well as which carrier might be best for an expected LTE-version of the iPhone.