Well, it's finally happened. After nearly five years of exclusivity, Apple's iPhone, currently carried by AT&T, will be sold through another wireless network. Verizon announced this morning that starting February 10, the iPhone 4 will be available on its network. Verizon will sell the 16GB version for $199 and the 32GB model for $299, both with two-year contracts. The company that Consumer Reports recently crowned the best wireless provider in the country hasn't announced pricing, but it did announce that users will be able to use the phone as a mobile wi-fi hotspot, allowing you to connect up to five devices to the smartphone, something AT&T doesn't allow. So, there ya go. All you people decrying AT&T's horrible service can finally jump ship. Go ham.
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