According to online reports, Virginia-based nTelos will be the latest regional carrier to start selling the iPhone.
The CDMA carrier will be undercutting other iPhone carriers across the board. It will offer each model for $50 less than AT&T, Sprint and Verizon, starting with the iPhone 4 for $49.99. nTelos’ smartphone plan for iPhone will be offering unlimited voice, text and data for $99.99 per month.
Sales begin at 7 AM on 20 April 2012. nTelos is the second regional carrier to join the ranks of iPhone resellers. C-Spire Wireless, which covers the Deep South, started selling the iPhone in October 2011. It was the first regional iPhone to sell iPhone 4S.
nTelos covers Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Ohio, Kentucky and North Carolina.