Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Bluegrass Wireless To Sell iPhone Starting May 18th

Bluegrass Wireless is a very small regional carrier in Central Kentucky. While we normally hesitate to bat an eye at these ultra-regional carriers, Bluegrass Wireless has announced today that they will start selling the iPhone 4S to customers starting May 18th. The phones will start at $149 for the 16GB model, and go up to $249 and $349 for the 32GB and 64GB, respectively, An 8GB iPhone 4 model will also be offered for $49.
Plans at Bluegrass Wireless range from $65 to $100 per month for individual lines, which will land you 3G service with up to 1.2 mbps download speeds, which is good for the more rural areas that Bluegrass Wireless covers. So if you happen to live in rural Central Kentucky, and want to get your hands on the latest iPhones without signing a contract with the three major carriers that offer it, head on down to your Bluegrass Wireless store on the 18th to pick one up for yourself.

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