Laramie, WY – The revolutionary Apple i-Phone debuted
nationwide Friday, but it won't be available in Wyoming.
Apple has an exclusive marketing deal with A-T-and-T, formerly Cingular, to sell and provide cellular and internet access for the i-Phone.
But there is no Cingular/A-T-and-T cell service in Wyoming.
In fact, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota have no outlet stores listed on the A-T-and-T' Web site that offer i-Phones.
The i-Phone surfs the Web, plays music and videos, receives e-mail, and even finds time to function as a cell phone.
The cheapest version of the i-Phone sells for 499-dollars.