Apple has begun selling the cellular version of the Apple Watch Series 3 in Sweden, India, Denmark, and Taiwan, 9to5Mac reports. This brings the number of countries where the LTE model is sold to 16 in total. While Apple announced the new additions to the roster last month, the Series 3 with GPS + Cellular goes on sale in those new countries today.
The report notes that five carriers in Taiwan are offering LTE support for the new Apple Watch, while customers in Sweden and Denmark are currently limited to only a single carrier. More noteworthy, however, is that the two Indian carriers who are supporting the Apple Watch are offering plans at no additional monthly cost to users, with the device simply pulling from the paired iPhone’s data pool; most North American carriers charge a $5–$10 premium for adding an Apple Watch to an existing data plan, although some offer a small bucket of additional data with it as well.