If you’re one of those allegedly millions of Verizon users who’ve waited for the CDMA iPhone, the largest US carrier has good news for you: iPhone 4 pre-orders will start at 3 a.m. EST, tomorrow (February 3).
According to Verizon, orders “will be shipped to arrive on or before February 10” – so you should really make a pre-order if you want to be among the world’s first owners of a CDMA Apple smartphone.
As mentioned before, Verizon’s iPhone 4 will cost just as much as AT&T’s: $199.99 (16GB version), and $299.99 (32GB version). Both prices require a 2-yr contract agreement.
Customers will be able to pre-order the iPhone 4 online at Verizon’s website.
I’m really curious to see if Verizon and Apple will report any stock shortages. What do you think, will there be shortages or not?
Via Press release
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