Apple announced on Tuesday that they will be officially be selling 128GB versions of the current 4th generation iPad starting on February 5th. Now, the three major US carriers, AT&T, Verizon and SPrint have all confirmed separately that they will be carrying the WiFi + Cellular version of the 128GB iPad. Verizon and AT&T initially confirmed to that they would be carrying the new model, which was expected after its announcement.
AT&T is currently offering a $100 off deal for all tablets purchased with a 2 year contract. Sprint individually confirmed several hours later to iMore, that it would also be carrying the model. Apple added support for a number of new LTE carriers in its latest iOS 6.1 update, meaning that the 128GB model will likely operate on all of the new networks as well as the older ones.
Sprint currently does not have a expansive LTE network, but will allow 3G usage on the iPad in some areas as it continues to expand slowly over major metropolitan areas such as New York City, Atlanta, Baltimore, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Kansas City, San Antonio and Waco. The carrier says that it expects to introduce LTE to over 100 new areas in the next several months.