Verizon iPhone shoppers: Will they be early risers? Last Friday night Verizon Wireless e-mailed existing Verizon customers who had registered for information on getting a new Verizon iPhone before the Feb. 10 roll out. The message said that the Verizon iPhone will be available on a first-come, first-served basis with orders being taken starting at 3 a. m. EST on Feb. 3.
Data plans for Verizon iPhone will include an option for unlimited use for $30 a month, Verizon confirms, vowing not to mess up next month's launch. But the unlimited data offer won't last.
Verizon is offering a $200 gift card to consumers that want to trade up from their recently purchased smartphone to a new Verizon iPhone. But there is a catch.
Almost exactly four years from the date Apple announced the original iPhone, the long-rumored Verizon iPhone has become a reality. Now Verizon customers are wondering if they should get it, and AT&T customers are wondering if they should make the switch. So, here are five reasons you should buy the Verizon iPhone and five reasons you shouldn't:
Both carriers get the iPhone 4, but the Verizon iPhone will be a little different from what AT&T customers have grown used to. Some are obvious changes, such as the switch from GSM (AT&T's network of choice) to CDMA (the technology used by Verizon). But several of the differences may come as a surprise. Click through to learn them all.
A Sprint or T-Mobile iPhone could be closer than you think.
Verizon iPhone release date is just around the corner. But will AT&T customers jump ship once the Verizon iPhone release date arrives?
Verizon iPhone rumors go into overdrive as the carrier invites tech reporters to a special Tuesday announcement. But should we believe this anonymous Verizon iPhone gossip over all the rest?
Verizon iPhone rumors are nothing new. But this one is pretty good: According to the Boy Genius Report, Verizon and Apple could unveil the Verizon iPhone by Feb. 3 – in plenty of time to launch an advertising firestorm at the Feb. 6 Super Bowl.