T-Mobile iPhone 5s Release Date Finally Announced

Reportedly, the iPhone is eying the T-Mobile segment in the upcoming 4 months. According to Reuters, T-Mobile of USA is keen on launching the iPhone 5 in the next 4 months, and the rumors are strong. Installment plans instead of device subsidies are also in the cards for the carrier who is eying at reducing costs of plans for its subscribers.

Last month T-Mobile confirmed that it will be collaborating with Apple to release its line of products with Apple’s, and both the iPhone 5, iPhone 5S & the 5th generation iPad are expected to be carrying the T-Mobile logo on them. T-Mobile has already begun extensive plans to carry out the production in 2013 and sales should start pretty soon.

In a press release, T- mobile made the general public aware about the possible investment and the plans that would go into making that plan see the light of the day.

“The broadband infrastructure for the German network that encompasses fiber optics as well will have a budget of 6 billion euro and this will range from 2013 to 2020,” says T-Mobile. “T-Mobile has also been into talks with Apple to launch the new products together in 2013.” adds T-Mobile

If you can’t wait and want an iPhone 5 on T-Mobile network, please read: Is T-Mobile Worth Switching to after the Release of Unlock Sim Cards for iPhone 5?

This partnership will mean that the long standing void of T-Mobile being the only mobile carrier in the USA not to have the Apple brand in its portfolio. With this event, that will be taken care of, and presents new vistas for market growth.

However, what the press release didn’t reveal was which models of Apple will T-Mobile reveal in the process, but it’s a no brainer that the iPhone will be a unanimous choice.

Currently, iPhone is signed on to major carriers like Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T, adding T-Mobile to the list is only inevitable.

AT&T was the first carrier in the US that offered the iPhone to the general masses, and this started in 2007. When the first iPhone was released, Verizon was the second in 2011 with the iPhone 4, and Sprint added to the list in October 2011 when the 4S made its presence.

It was Sprint that snatched the honors from T-Mobile in the race to get the iPhone in the US, and 2013 seems to be the time of redemption for T-Mobile.

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