In a move that will increases options for consumers in the United States, carriers Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile both said this morning that iPhone X will be available for preorder on their respective networks beginning November 10.
This could also indicate that Apple is hoping to replenish inventory around mid-November.
Virgin Mobile said that it will begin accepting pre-orders for iPhone X through its website on Friday, November 3, the same day the phone will become available at Apple’s retail stores and from carriers and other retailers around the world.
Virgin will start shipping orders a week later on Friday, November 10.
The carrier offers the phone with unlimited talk, text and data at up to 4G LTE speeds for $50 per month with 480p video streaming, 500 Kbps music streaming and 2 Mbps game streaming.
Virgin was supposed to offer iPhone X today alongside major US carriers like AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. It did not state why it has pushed preorders back by one week.
Boost Mobile put out an announcement of its own, saying that customers in the United States will be able to order their iPhone X through its website beginning Friday, November 10. That carrier did not mention any potential delivery dates.
Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile are both Sprint subsidiaries.