T-Mobile is readying to make the case to existing iPhone users to unlock their phones and to move them to T-Mobile's network.
The T-Mobile retail stores will have iPhone 4S demo units on hand starting Wednesday, Sept. 12, for demonstrations and the company is developing iPhone versions of its apps.
T-Mobile USA, based in Bellevue, is the last major US carrier that does not sell the popular Apple iPhone, but company officials say that more than 1 million users have unlocked their phones from other carriers to move them to T-Mobile's network.
The company says that the iPhones would run on the company's 4G HSPA+ service in our 1900 MHz spectrum, which is available in the Seattle, Las Vegas, Washington DC and the New York metro areas.
The company this year announced , which were planned after .
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Last week, T-Mobile officials told Bellevue Patch that they are open to selling the iPhone but they have not reached an agreement with Apple.