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U.S. regional carrier drops price of iPhone 4S

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 02 Mar 2012 22:15 User comments (2)

U.S. regional carrier drops price of iPhone 4S The U.S. regional carrier C-Spire has lowered the price of the base iPhone 4S to $150 with contract.
Additionally, it has dropped the cost of the 32GB and 64GB models to $249 and $349, with two year contract, as well.

C-Spire became the fourth carrier in the U.S. to get access to the iPhone when it signed a deal last year. C-Spire was formerly known as Cellular South and has over 1 million customers in just 4 states.

The carrier uses the EV-DO 3G network used by Sprint and Verizon and customers can jump on the big carrier's networks whenever they roam out of the south east.

C-Spire offers unlimited everything (with no throttling) for $100 per month.

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2 user comments

12.3.2012 22:30

I wonder how there service is,Ive never heard of the carrier?

24.3.2012 22:45

$100/month, wow. Guess that's the cost of genuinely throttleless service to a relatively small cell company.

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