U.S. Cellular on Friday announced it’ll begin selling Apple’s iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c starting Friday, Nov. 8. The carrier joins a number of smaller providers that are already offering the Cupertino company’s latest devices, which is so far off to a tremendous start.
Late last month, U.S. Cellular was notably absent from a list of regional carriers that began selling the handset on Oct. 1, but it seems whatever hangups that prevented the carrier from offering the iPhones has been ironed out. Just this week, U.S. Cellular introduced new shared data plans, which starts out at $50 each month for 1GB of data—perfect timing for new Apple devices.
No word yet on whether or not U.S. Cellular will actually have the impossibly hard to find gold iPhone 5s in stock. One can only hope.