The iPhone X is now available for pre-order, but only through the four major US carriers: AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon. That’s changing in the next two weeks when Apple’s latest flagship arrives on Virgin Mobile USA and Boost Mobile.

Virgin Mobile USA and Boost Mobile, which are both owned by Sprint, made the announcement this on Friday. Virgin will launch its pre-order of the iPhone X on November 3, when it goes on sale, and Boost will start its pre-orders on November 10.

Orders for the iPhone X are already been pushed back into December (5-6 weeks, according to Apple’s site), so Virgin and Boost customers won’t be seeing the iPhone X shipped out for quite some time. Neither carrier announced whether they’ll offer some sort of discount for the $1,000-plus iPhone X.

Look for iPhone X availability to expand as its roll out continues through next week and beyond. The device officially goes on sale at Apple retail stores on November 3.