As the iPhone 5 release date looms, rumors and news about the handset launch show another wireless carrier is jumping on the iPhone bandwagon. So which carrier wants to snap up a contract with Apple now?
T-Mobile USA says they will be iPhone ready when the 6th generation Apple smartphone finally makes it dÃ©but. Interestingly enough, T-Mobile was the first US carrier to be offered an iPhone contract with Apple, but they turned it down. Bet they are regretting that move.
At any rate, the company states they will be ready to offer the Apple gadget to their customers once the iPhone 5 release date arrives. Apparently T-Mobile is working on giving their network a makeover so they can support the Apple mobile device.
Remember the days when Appleites had to be loyal AT&T subscribers to take a bite out of the Apple? Those days are long gone. So much for having that "one thing" to keep customers with any particular carrier.
Apart from Sprint having the most cost-friendly service plants, and the Big Red having the "better" network - at the most expensive prices no less.
Would you buy the iPhone 5 through T-Mobile?