Choice Data plans offer Data and messaging, with infinite minutes running $80/month, 1,000 minutes $70/month, and 500 minutes $60/month.

Lastly, Choice plans just include messaging. Infinite minutes are $50/month, 500 are $40/month and 250 minutes cost $25/month.

GCI

GCI, based in Alaska, offers the phone starting Friday, Sept. 28. Details on pricing and pre-order availability will be posted on its website.

The iPhone 4S starts $150 for a 16GB on a two-year contract, going up by $100 for 32GB and $200 for 64GB. Because the iPhone 5 follows the 4S's pricing, chances are GCI will offer the phone for a similar rate.

Sprint

All Sprint customers – including those who purchase an iPhone 5 – are required to sign up for one of Sprint's Everything Data plans.

The nice thing about Sprint is that all these plans include unlimited data.

On the flip side, according to the carrier's website, its 4G LTE is only available in select cities, meaning that unless your city falls under this category, you'll be on 3G.

However, Sprint does have an aggressive rollout schedule for more 4G LTE cities over the next several months.

An activation fee starting at $79.99 is required for iPhone 5 customers.

The plans below are for new, individual customers. Sprint does offer family plans as well as upgrades for existing customers.

16GB

A handset, like AT&T, costs $199 on its own.

An individual Simply Everything plan with unlimited talk Anytime Minutes, unlimited night and weekend calling, roaming, domestic long distance, "Any Mobile, Anytime," Push-to-talk, unlimited messaging (on the Sprint network), and unlimited data (on the Sprint network) costs $109.99 a month.

An individual Everything Data plan with 450 minutes (45 cents for each additional minute), night and weekend calling starting at 7 p.m., roaming, domestic long distance, "Any Mobile, Anytime," push-to-talk, unlimited messaging (on the Sprint network), and unlimited data (on the Sprint network) costs $79.99 a month.

The same plan but with 900 minutes (at 40 cents per additional minute) costs $99.99 a month.

32GB

A handset, like AT&T, costs $299 on its own.

An individual Simply Everything plan with unlimited talk Anytime Minutes, unlimited night and weekend calling, roaming, domestic long distance, "Any Mobile, Anytime," Push-to-talk, unlimited messaging (on the Sprint network), and unlimited data (on the Sprint network) costs $109.99 a month.

An individual Everything Data plan with 450 minutes (45 cents for each additional minute), night and weekend calling starting at 7 p.m., roaming, domestic long distance, "Any Mobile, Anytime," push-to-talk, unlimited messaging (on the Sprint network), and unlimited data (on the Sprint network) costs $79.99 a month.

The same plan but with 900 minutes (at 40 cents per additional minute) costs $99.99 a month.

64GB

Upping the storage ups the price, bringing this phone, like AT&T, up to $399.

An individual Simply Everything plan with unlimited talk Anytime Minutes, unlimited night and weekend calling, roaming, domestic long distance, "Any Mobile, Anytime," Push-to-talk, unlimited messaging (on the Sprint network), and unlimited data (on the Sprint network) costs $109.99 a month.

An individual Everything Data plan with 450 minutes (45 cents for each additional minute), night and weekend calling starting at 7 p.m., roaming, domestic long distance, "Any Mobile, Anytime," push-to-talk, unlimited messaging (on the Sprint network), and unlimited data (on the Sprint network) costs $79.99 a month.

The same plan but with 900 minutes (at 40 cents per additional minute) costs $99.99 a month.

T-Mobile

Though T-Mobile U.S. isn't officially carrying the phone, it apparently has designs to help those with unlocked iPhone 5s get activated and get going.

A document on the T-Mo website points to the company picking up nanoSIM cards – a card that's only found in the iPhone 5.

To recap, an unlocked 16GB costs $649, 32GB is $749 and 64GB runs $849. Though they're more expensive upfront, unlocked phones aren't tied to long-term contracts, which may prove enough of an incentive to go off-contract.