Apple Watch Series 3 LTE now supports more U.S. carriers

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Series 3 6 months on
The big four aren’t your only option anymore.
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New carriers are now available to Apple Watch Series 3 owners with LTE connectivity. Both C-Spire and U.S. Cellular are offering Apple’s latest smartwatch — and one has a stellar deal that will save you big bucks.

The big four carriers in the U.S. — AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon — have been an option for Apple Watch 3 owners since the beginning. But not everyone subscribes to one of the big four.

If you’re connected to a smaller, regional carrier, we have good news.

Apple Watch 3 adds C-Spire and U.S. Cellular

C-Spire and U.S. Cellular are now an option for Apple Watch 3 owners in the U.S. with the LTE model.

C-Spire is selling the device online, in-store, and over the phone. It’s $10 a month to add Apple Watch to your plan, but you’ll get the first three months for free.

What’s more, C-Spire is offering the Apple Watch for half price for a limited time if you buy an iPhone along with it.

U.S. Cellular hasn’t yet begun selling Apple Watch 3 itself, however, it is now listed on Apple’s page of supported carriers. That means you can pick up a Watch from Apple, then connect it to your U.S. Cellular plan.