Isn’t it frustrating when your wireless carries isn’t reliable at all? You mean, you trust them as your provider to help you communicate better. But what’s it worth when you often experience dropping calls, slow creeping data transfer, limited area coverage, poor management and customer service, and delayed connection? You really want to get rid of them and replace them with the new carrier, right?
Well, the beginning of the year might be a good start for iPhone users who are tired of AT&T service. With the new plan of iPhone 4 running on Verizon wireless carrier, the users are relieved that they now finally have the options of having better connection. CEO Verizon, Lowell McAdam, has confirmed about the iPhone 4 CDMA version using Verizon carrier. Just to clarify and make sure everyone understand, the phone is 3G Verizon only; not 4G or GSM roaming. It’s not the combination of both AT&T and Verizon; it’s simply Verizon phone only.
If you’re interested in having this iPhone 4 Verizon, you can pre-order it starting on February 3, 2011 for the 16GB type with the price of $200 and two years contract or for the 32GB type with the price of $300. The iPhone will come with antenna and a bump near the volume and mute button.