It looks like the iPhone 4S won’t be just launching in 15 new countries on November 11th as regional carrier C Spire has announced that it will start offering the iPhone 4S on the same day as well. The price of the device won’t change when it lands either. C Spire will be offering up the phone at Apple’s suggested prices of $199 for a 16GB model, $299 for 32GB, and $399 for 64GB.
C Spire, formally known as Cellular South, is currently the 8th largest service provider in the United States and is the country’s largest private carrier. Unfortunately, its network doesn’t span across the country.
The network is only limited to Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia.
C Spire will be offering four data plan options for the iPhone 4S which include plans for $50, $70, $90 and $100 a month. It’s also going to be offering a pay as you go plan where you can pay a penny for every 5 kilobytes used. You can find out more about those data plans if you head here.
So, if an iPhone 4S on AT&T, Sprint or Verizon isn’t your cup of tea, and you live in one of the states covered by C Spire, this may be worth taking a look at.