Bluegrass Cellular will be joining the ranks of other regional cell service providers on May 18 when it starts selling and supporting Apple’s iPhone 4S and iPhone 4. The carrier will offer Apple’s combination iPod and smartphone at a US$50 discount compared to big time Apple partners AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint.
The regional carrier covers central Kentucky, and has deals in place for nation-wide roaming, too.
More regional carriers join the iPhone family
Bluegrass Cellular’s service plans includes unlimited SMS along with 3GB of data, and start at $64.99 a month for 600 voice minutes on network and 200 minutes off network. The company’s unlimited on network and 550 minute off network plan costs $79.99, and the unlimited any network plan costs $99 a month.
Six regional carriers launched their iPhone coverage on April 20. So far, the only national carrier that isn’t offering the iPhone is T-Mobile, although the company is adding support for the 4G wireless data frequencies the iPhone supports.
Customers interested in getting notifications when the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 are available can sign up at the Bluegrass Cellular website.