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Verizon iPhone (iPhone 4) CDMA to be Announced Tomorrow!

Written By Hans Berger on Monday, January 10, 2011 | 7:40 AM

Verizon iPhoneVerizon will be holding an event where they will be announcing the new Verizon iPhone on their network. According to the Wall Street Journal the Verizon iPhone is a CDMA iPhone. It is going to be an iPhone 4, but without a SIM card slot. Due to the fact that it's CDMA, it can work on Sprint as well so I think there is a possibility of being able to unlock this phone and use it on Sprint.

The Verizon iPhone will also have an unlimited data plan as well, at least according to a recent article on The Wall Street Journal. If this is true, then Verizon users have an edge over AT&T users due to the fact that AT&T does not have an unlimited plan. Unfortunately the Verizon iPhone won't be running on Verizon's new super fast 4G (LTE) network. It'll probably support the LTE network in a future generation.

Verizon Wireless is holding the event in New York. We'll be covering the live event, so be sure to follow us on Twitter or Facebook.

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Jose Rodriguez
January 10, 2011 at 8:41 AM

Finally!! :D Many people, including me, have been waiting for this since the first iPhone. My dad is also one of the people that wanted this to happen. He has a Blackberry Storm & it's CRAP. He was about to change carriers, even though he loves Verizon, just so he could get the iPhone 4. Now that the iPhone 4 has arrived to Verizon, he will keep his service with Verizon & be very happy about it.

Johnny
January 10, 2011 at 12:38 PM

If this turns out to be true..then AT&T prepare yourself to lose a significant amount of subscribers...first you shot yourself by forcing people to have a data plan causing your network to be super stressed, then you shot yourself again by taking away unlimited data option..you only have yourself to blame.

UndeaD
January 11, 2011 at 2:35 AM

That's the reason at&t bumped up the early termination fee to $300.....

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