iPhone 5 Release Date: Sprint to Sell iPhone 4S With Unlimited Data

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    Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing, speaks about iPhones, including the iPhone 4S, at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California October 4, 2011.
By Corey Davis, Christian Post Contributor
October 6, 2011|8:17 pm

Sprint announced Thursday that it will begin selling the iPhone 4 alongside the iPhone 4S. The carrier will also provide the additional perk of unlimited data.

The third carrier after AT&T and Verizon to carry the iPhone, Sprint is looking to get a leg up on the competition while holding its current customers.

Beginning immediately, Sprint is allowing its customers to pre-order the iPhone 4. The first generation iPhone 4 is being sold on the website with 8GB of storage for the first time. Previous iPhone 4’s were sold with 16GB and 32GB on other carriers.

Sprint announced in a statement that the iPhone 4 will be “available while supplies last,” and they “hope to get the Smartphone in customers hand by October 14 or October 15.

The original iPhone 4 will be offered at $99.00 if ordering on the website. The Smartphone will be available in black and white.

The company will begin taking pre-orders of the iPhone 4S on Friday morning. The iPhone 4S will sell for $199.00 for 16GB of space on a two-year contract.

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Sprint also announced that the carrier would be offering unlimited data plans for new customers buying an iPhone with a two-year contract. Verizon and AT&T no longer offer unlimited data plans for their Smartphone’s.

Apple introduced the iPhone 4S on Tuesday with a launch at their headquarters. The new iPhone 4S, which looks similar to the original iPhone 4, offers a faster processor and more memory.

In addition, the iPhone 3GS will be offered for free on the carriers with a two-year contract.

 

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