nTelos Wireless to begin selling iPhone 5 on September 28
If you live in the Mid-Atlantic, nTelos Wireless is a great option for wireless customers looking for a wireless company that won’t break the bank. nTelos
a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) of Sprint offers its customers nationwide coverage using the Sprint data network and has some of the best plan prices. For around $100 per month, nTelos customers can have not one, but two, iPhones with unlimited talk, text, and data.
nTelos has sold the iPhone 4S now for a while, and will be offering the iPhone 5 beginning September 28. This is the first regional carrier we’ve seen announce they will be offering the latest Apple flagship device. nTelos already has a full-page up on its website detailing its plans to offer the iPhone 5. The iPhone 5 will cost the same with nTelos as the other big carriers with a new 2-year contract ($199/$299/$399).
The arrival of the iPhone 5 on nTelos Wireless makes it the best device offered by nTelos Wireless who typically has to wait some time before offering other flagship devices. For customers, it offers a very good, low-cost option, for those who would like to have a great device like the iPhone 5, but can’t afford the higher monthly charges demanded by carriers such as Verizon or AT&T. nTelos Wireless now has a nationwide 3G network, but is reportedly working on a 4G LTE deployment of its own or perhaps an agreement with Sprint to use their expanding 4G LTE network.
Would you consider purchasing or upgrading to an iPhone 5 on nTelos Wireless if it meant saving up to $50 a month? Is the lack of 4G LTE now a deal breaker for you? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.