The list is as follows:
- nTelos Wireless (Virginia)
- Alaska Communications (Alaska)
- Appalachian Wireless (Kentucky)
- GCI (Alaska)
- Cellcom (Wisconsin)
- Matanuska Telephone Association (Alaska)
Of course, CDMA is far slower than the HSPA+ supported on the iPhone 4S. GCI, which supports both GSM and CDMA, will be offering the GSM version of all iPhone models, including the iPhone 3GS, which will be free with a two-year contract, as it is on other carriers.
Although T-Mobile has no "official" iPhone, there are customers that are using jailbroken or otherwise unlocked iPhones on its network, despite the fact they must run on 2.5G or EDGE.
The company has said that it has expressed its interest in the iPhone to Apple, but that ultimately the decision is up to Apple.