It's been widley discussed about Verizon contracts to be available soon after Xmas ... so my question is if the hardware of an iPhone for Verizon is different than the current models? I've heard only bits of info and I'm unclear if buying a phone this week as a gift is going to make it unusable on a Verizon network.
Nope, my wife & daughter will both go to the Verizon store and have the data on their current phones transfered and activated as well as turn in the old Verizon phones. It'll be much easier just to buy the phones there. Thanks.
Plus, the fine-print on purchasing the iPhone gift card also requires a AT&T contract. We currently have Verizon contracts, the service is excellent and the local AT&T service sucks.
Well droid is a good option but iPhone has its own charm with app store and all. So, I won't mind an iPhone specially the one on Verizon, I hope it would be a lot better than the AT & T. But apart from the expectations, Is the technology going to fit in with the service and are these two going to synchronize well is still to be found out.
From personal experience. Face time on the iPhone (Rocks) - I seen the other versions on other phones = sucks big time. These were on friends phones that came over to my home , and I have a strong wifi, so that reception is not even a excuse.
Also my understanding is - not 100% sure.
Is that GSM or (lite) has a much better upgrade path - as opposed to CDMA which will hit a upper limit --> means that Verizon will soon bottom out? ?
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