While the rest of the world has been oggling over their newly arrived iPhones, one lonely state in the United States has remained iPhone-less. Yes, even though the iPhone was released within the U.S. long ago, and Vermont is a part of the United States, they still remain without the coverage of AT&T. The reason for this, is because there are currently no cell towers owned by AT&T located within Vermont. While this normally could mean a time of months while infastructure is built in in order to get Vermontites their iPhones- AT&T has agreed to enter into contract with the current cell companies active in Vermont (Sprint and Unitel) to provide coverage. Interesting enough, this means people will be able to buy iPhones here without having to unlock them, and use them on a non-AT&T carrier.
[Source: iPhone Alley]