Wireless carrier T-Mobile was not among those who added the new iPhone 5 smartphone from Apple to its offering when the device was launched last month, but it does offer users the possibility to bring the handset to its network.
The wireless carrier has already been said
to be en-route to providing users with NanoSIM cards so that they could connect it to its network, and it appears that things have been already put in motion.
NanoSIM cards with support for the iPhone 5 are already hitting T-Mobile’s stores, new reports suggest
, which means that it might not be too long before the carrier officially announces support for the new device.
T-Mobile’s network should prove compatible with unlocked iPhone 5 models from AT&T and Verizon, as well as with those units sold SIM-free from Apple’s stores.