T-Mobile and Sprint will begin offering the Apple Watch to their customers on September 25, say reports this week. T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced last week that the magenta carrier would begin selling the wearable, but had not specified a starting date.
MacRumors has learned that T-Mobile will begin selling the Apple Watch on September 25. Additionally, 9to5Mac reports that Sprint will also start selling the device on the same day.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus also launch on September 25, so both carriers will be able to offer the Apple Watch as the ultimate accessory to go with a customer’s new iPhone. Verizon and AT&T have yet to announce if they will also offer the Watch to their customers.
The Apple Watch was originally only available in Apple’s own retail stores and select retail boutiques, but has since expanded to retailers such as Best Buy. Best Buy rolled the Watch out to 100 of its stores earlier this year, and has since announced it would be available in all 1,050 of its U.S. stores.