iPhone for Verizon Coming February 10

Pre-Orders For Verizon Customers on February 3

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Apple and Verizon officially announced the iPhone 4 for Verizon today. Verizon includes the tagline, "The phone that changed everything. Coming to America’s most reliable network."

The iPhone 4 will be available on the Verizon Wireless network beginning on Thursday, February 10, and qualified Verizon Wireless customers will be given the opportunity to pre-order it online on February 3.

"We are pleased to introduce millions of wireless users to the industry leading iPhone 4 on the nation’s most reliable network," said Lowell McAdam, president and COO of Verizon. "This is an important step for the industry as two great companies join forces to give wireless customers one of the most important technological additions to the mobile landscape this century."

iPhone Comes to Verizon

"Verizon Wireless customers have told us they can’t wait to get their hands on iPhone 4, and we think they are going to love it," added Tim Cook, Apple’s COO. "We have enormous respect for the company Verizon has built and the loyalty they have earned from their customers."

Pricing starts at $199.99 for 16GB with a new 2-year activation (data pak required).

iPhone for Verizon Coming February 10
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  • Gene Evangelist

    The iphone on Verizon will not be on the 4g LTE network yet. So these first phones will have a lower data speed than what is available to iphone/AT&T customers. Apple didn’t feel they could bring a 4g phone forward right now…and with 3 years of customers lined up to use any network other than At&T they didn’t have to.
    They are playing it safe because many 4g users report very slow speeds once they step out of the 4g coverage area.
    Once Verizon spreads a solid 4g system around,
    you can be sure Apple will introduce iphone 5.
    The real trade off is no phone/data multi task which iphone users have gotten accustomed to
    but still a number of Android phones don’t multitask either.
    Also Apple claims a text delivery “shouldn’t” interrupt a phone call.
    I’ll wait for the user reports on that. lol

    Gene Evangelist

  • Guest

    Apple’s COO. “We have enormous respect for the company Verizon has built and the loyalty they have earned from their customers.”

    then why not launch the iPhone on Verizon from the get go?

    zero respect Apple, Zero

  • Gene Evangelist

    The reason Apple launched with AT&T then Verizon is really pretty simple.
    AT&T and Verizon are the most expensive carriers in cell. They can afford to pay Apple what is estimated as $12mo from each iphone service contract. You’ll notice Sprint and TMobile who charge a lot less for service can’t pay as high or possibly any revenue sharing fees back to Apple.
    Gene Evangelist

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