Solavei, a prepaid network powered by T-Mobile, now supports the iPhone in 37 markets trough the company’s 4G network. T-Mobile, also is a part of this, seeing as it powers the no-contract network. The newly added cities allow the network and its parent company to use 4G in even more places now, showing that T-Mobile really is serious about getting to the iPhone, and is beefing its network before that happens.
This network, Solavei, is a $49 a month for unlimited talk, text, and data prepaid plan. That’s crazy, and with T-Mobile only getting better, that doesn’t sound like too bad a plan for some people. Anyone with an old AT&T phone or a 4G (HSPA+ flavor, not LTE) can access the network through the plan, and the newly added cities bring the coverage for iPhones up to 37 markets including New York City, Newark, Boston, Philadelphia, Detroit, Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Tampa, Baltimore, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Washington DC, Atlanta, Seattle, Minneapolis, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Diego, Central and Southern Arizona, San Francisco Bay Area, Central Valley California and South Florida. So if you live in any of those, you may want to look into this.
What do you think? Sound like an interesting option? Are you ready for T-Mobile to get the iPhone? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.