What was once a rumor has now been confirmed: Verizon's
"You can expect to see a steady stream of attractive devices coming from Verizon wireless," said President and Chief Operating Officer Denny Strigl during Monday's conference call with investors. "For example, we launched the Blackberry Tour on July 12. We plan to refresh the Storm later this year. Android is on our roadmap. We have Motorola
Congress must be thrilled. In recent weeks, lawmakers have expressed concerns that exclusive deals reduce competition and hurt smaller carriers.
On Friday, CEO Lowell McAdam told members that his company's network is opening up by allowing the little guys to offer phones intended exclusively for its network. The catch? The phones must have been available through Verizon for six months first, News.com reports.
And now, Verizon is cutting in on Sprint Nextel's
I'm not expecting AT&T
Put differently: The Pre is probably just the prelude.
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