In a move that we hope will be copied by others, US Southeast regional carrier C-Spire has lowered the cost of the iPhone 4S by $50 to $149 with a plan.
32GB and 64GB iPhones also will see $50 drops and will come in at $249 and $349, also with the two year plans.
C-Spire uses the same EV-DO 3G network that Sprint and Verizon use and C-Spire customers hop on those networks when roaming outside of C-Spire’s Wireless footprints. The company released the iPhone in November to its almost 1 million customers as the first US regional carrier to do so.
C-Spire has managed to keep its same plan rates with start $25/month and go up to $100 a month for unlimited data, streaming, texts and voice.