Finally a sigh of relief for Verizon Customers and deep Apple fans. Basking Ridge, N.J based Verizon Wireless has made an official announcement that many have been waiting for years, The company will start selling iPhone 4 starting Feb 10. Existing Verizon customers will be able to pre-order the iPhone 4 on Feb. 3, and the device will be available to non-Verizon customers on Feb. 10. The Verizon iPhone 4 will be sold at both Verizon stores and Apple retail stores, and it will also be available for sale on both companies’ websites.
Pricing of the phone is kept same as AT&T, where 16 GB iPhone will cost $199, while a 32GB version will sell for $299. The major differences between iPhone at Verizon and AT&T are Verizon iPhone will come equipped with a mobile hotspot which will allow up to five users. and the new iPhone 4 for Verizon does sport a slightly different antenna design which fixes the Antenna problem with iPhone at AT&T. Mute button on the side as also been pushed a little down which is now closer to volume controls as you can see in the image below.
[Image credit: engadget]
Now, what is to be seen is can Verizon handle the data for the most popular smartphone in the country, and will AT&T loyal customers benefit out of it when some of the Apple fans leave for Verizon?