Apple has changed its sales tactics over the years, allowing their devices to be available on multiple carriers across the United States. Major distributors like AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint have been selling the iPhone for a while now, and today a regional carrier Strata announced it will be offering the iPhone 5 on their 4G-LTE network.
No pricing details have been released, but we are assuming that they will take the route of other regional carriers, offering the iPhone 5 for $50 less than the big companies, which would likely place the iPhone 5 at $150 with a new two-year contract. Availability is still unknown as well.
The Utah based carrier unrolled its 4G LTE network around Christmas 2012, and covers local markets in Colorado, Idaho and Utah. If you are interested in purchasing the iPhone 5 on Strata, head over to the website and join the mailing list for an e-mail notification once it is available.