Update: Xiaomi has stated that US Mobile is not an authorized seller of its phones, and that the company has no plans to make any deals to sell phones through any authorized dealers.
Both Xiaomi and Meizu are huge companies outside of the U.S., but neither has really broken into the market in North America yet. Now, US Mobile, a network which runs off of T-Mobile's towers, is offering its customers smartphones from both companies. The carrier is selling the Meizu M2 Note, Xiaomi Redmi 2, Mi 3 and Mi 4i, with prices ranging from $120 to $220. Ahmed Khattak, founder and CEO of US Mobile told PCMag:
"U.S. consumers have traditionally had to compromise to afford incredible devices. Now, with the launch of our marketplace, we are thrilled to offer complete range of exceptional smartphones for low monthly payments and to give our customers access to exceptional phones otherwise not available in the U.S."
US Mobile says it hopes to have an ongoing relationship with both manufacturers, allowing them to bring future devices that work with U.S. LTE bands to its customers. The carrier offers a variety of plans from as little as $9 a month with 100 minutes, 100 texts and 100 MB of data to $59 a month with 5000 minutes, unlimited texts and 5GB of high speed data.