Both T-Mobile and Sprint confirm they will sell the Apple Watch. Currently, the two carriers are the only ones that announced they will have the Apple Watch available.

Sprint announced it first, saying that the wearable tech will be available on Sept. 25, Friday. T-Mobile then joined in, and the company's CEO John Legere announced that it will sell the Apple Watch on the same day. 

Following its extraordinary offer for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s with Lifetime Coverage Guarantee, T-Mobile gives consumers another one for the wearable tech. In the 200+ participating T-Mobile stores, customers can get their hands on the 38 mm Apple Sports Watch for $0 down and $14.54 per month for 23 months and $14.58 on the 24th month. The 42 mm Apple Watch Sport is available at $16.62 per month for 23 months and $16.74 on the 24th month. This is a special limited-time offer that's only available in-store and only until supplies last.

T-Mobile also offers the wearable tech in full retail price. The 38mm Apple Watch Sport is priced at $349 and the 42 mm at $399, while the 38 mm Apple Watch is available for $549 and the 42 mm, which comes in black or white and stainless steel bands, for $599.

The Uncarrier, however, will not sell the 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition.

T-Mobile's full price listing can be found here.

Other major carriers such as Verizon and AT&T haven't said anything whether they will also sell the device or not.

The Apple Watch, considered Apple's most personal device, was initially available only through Apple's online store, its physical locations and a handful of high-end fashion retail shops such as Maxfield in Los Angeles, Colette in Paris and Dover Street Market in Tokyo and London. Purchasing through one of Apple's retail stores was by appointment only.

However, Apple teamed up with Best Buy in August to sell 16 models of the Apple Watch. The plan was to sell the device in 300 stores until the holidays, but because the demand was so strong, Best Buy CEO Hubert Joly announced that all 1,050 stores in the U.S. will offer the device before the year ends.  

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