Four More Regionals to Offer iPhone Starting April 20
Appalachian Wireless, GCI, Matanuska Telephone Association, and Celcom have all announced plans to sell Apple's iPhone 4/4S. The four regional carriers join Alaska Communications and nTelos, which announced similar plans earlier this week. All the regional network operators will be offering the iPhones at a $50 discount compared to what the larger national carriers are charging. The devices will go on sale April 20. Plan pricing varies by carrier.
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Where are you at...
It surprises me that US Cellular has said no when these other, smaller regional carriers are deciding to sell the Iphone (w/ a discount too)
In retrospect, USCC also sells the Galaxy S2, Electrify, Hero S, and now the Aviator...do they really need the iPhone?