Applefans living in Guam have only a few more days to wait to get their hands on the sweet Apple iPhone 3GS. The device is set to hit Guam on GTA TeleGuam on December 11th. Shoppers will also be able to get the iPhone 3G as well.
The iPhone3G will sell for $99.95 for new and qualifying existing customers with any MPULSE wireless plan. The wireless network offered by GTA promises coverage for 80% of the island. Users wanting an iPhone on the network can pre-order it now.
On the Move With It: Plus rate plan users can get unlimited data and 500 minutes of talk time for $69.90 monthly. The iPhone 3GS 16GB will cost $199.95, the 32GB version will cost $299.95 and the iPhone 3G 8GB will sell for $99.95. Pre-orders started today.
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