It just got a whole lot easier to get your hands on an iPhone 5 if you don’t live in the U.S. or Canada, as it’s now available through select regional carriers across the U.S. and the iPhone 5 has landed in 22 more countries worldwide.
A week after Apple released the iPhone 5 with AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, the iPhone 5 comes to other regional carriers including Appalachian Wireless, Cellcom, Cricket, C Spire, GCI, and nTelos. Cellcom, nTelos, and Appalachian are offering the iPhone 5 for $50 cheaper than major carriers with the 16GB at $149, the 32GB at $249, and the 64GB for $349. CSpire and GCI haven’t listed prices yet and Cricket is offering the iPhone 5 without a contract starting at $499.
On top of that, the iPhone 5 has finally landed in 22 more countries around the world. However, with continued stock shortages, online orders in the newly-added countries will still have a wait. New orders from Apple’s online store are currently at a 3-4 weeks shipping delay.
The new countries now offering the iPhone 5 include:
- Czech Republic
- New Zealand