Apple Watch will again extend its retail reach on September 25 when the new wearable goes on sale through T-Mobile and Sprint, according to multiple reports.

Apple has been making Watch available through a number of retail partners in recent months now that it has steady supplies or the device, with Best Buy becoming the first third-party retailer to offer it in the U.S. back in August.

Apple Watch isn’t yet available from carriers, however — but that’s expected to change this month.

MacRumors reports that T-Mobile will start selling Apple Watch next Friday, September 25, while a separate report from 9to5Mac claims Sprint will also offer the device on the same day. There’s no word on whether other U.S. carriers will also be joining them yet.

September 25 is the same day Apple launches its new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. This suggests Apple wants to make Watch available at carrier stores in an effort to encourage customers to buy one when they’re picking up their new iPhone.

Carriers are also expected to offer a range of Apple Watch accessories, including watchbands and stands. It should be noted, however, that neither T-Mobile or Sprint has confirmed any of this just yet, so it should be treated as a rumor for now.