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iPhone 4G 2010 to be stocked by all major network carriers

The much talked about Apple iPhone 4G 2010 is apparently going to be stocked by all major network carriers, ok tomorrow at the Apple Event it seems pretty obvious that the new Tablet will be the star of the show but we cannot forget the hopeful chit-chats about the new iPhone.

We have mentioned quite a few times about the possible release or should we say launch of the smartphone but this is all rumours and speculations, what we do know is that AT&T will lose its exclusivity that could possibly allow the likes of Verizon to carry the iPhone. Well according to Obsessable it seems that not only Verizon will carry this device, other major carriers will stock it also.

You have major carriers such as Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile use the same wireless technology, which means the iPhone will run ok on the networks. However Apple will need to produce an iPhone so that it is compatible with Verizon and Sprint CDMA network.

To make things simple is there not a possibility of producing an Apple iPhone that is multi-band, which could work on both networks. This would be a better option because all major carriers could get the all new iPhone 4G 2010 and that means more sales, more revenue for Apple and carriers.

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10 thoughts on “iPhone 4G 2010 to be stocked by all major network carriers”

  1. Does anyone know if this means that services prices will be coming down? I doubt we’ll be able to keep up with the models, but a break on the $30 per month for the service would be nice.

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    Daniel says:

    I really think you’re full of s*** – you and everyone else that speculate stupid rumors that have no concept and are completely false.

    I think you should find something else to do with your time than sit here on your fat diabetic over weight ass and report false information.

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    Miro says:

    Are you people retarted? Apple will never sell the iphone to all networks. It is going to stay with AT&T. Why do you think AT&T is upgrading their 3G network to 4G? If they knew that Apple was leaving them they wouldn’t have upgraded. Use some common sense.

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    JT says:

    You should probably use some common sense Miro and learn how to spell at least retarded before you go calling other people names.

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    nathan says:

    Yeah miro, do you not read any analyst reports on this before you speak. Report came out last week that ATT will have to spend at least 5 billion to upgrade to catch up with Verizon’s network. The current version of the GSM network ATT has is nowhere near the upcoming release of the LTE networks that Verizon is getting ready to roll out with beginning in the next few MONTHS not years that it will take ATT. And to add that the LTE from the beginning will be able to support network speeds up to 10Mb per second. ATT’s current infastrusture is no where near that and neither will it be if they keep upgrading the current towers. You already have overload with Att everwhere, New York city is prime example having a 30% drop call rate with ATT and you think that the new iPad and a new iPhone somehow is going to make those numbers better?? do your research before you post.

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    wow@miro says:

    Miro, you’re not a bright individual, are you? AT&T would be stupid not to upgrade their network, regardless of iPhone exclusivity. They are already sorely lacking behind Verizon, and the iPhone is pretty much the only thing keeping them in the race. Apple doesn’t need AT&T nearly as much as AT&T needs Apple, and Jobs knows that a CDMA-compatible iPhone is the last step to solidify their dominance of the smartphone market.

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    George says:

    nathan, you’re missing Miro’s point by a long shot. It’s pretty obvious that Apple has opted to stay with AT&T regardless of what Verizon says about their network.

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    Max says:

    30 bucks a month!!! I live in Canada, and our incredibly stupid mobile carriers charge us 50 dollars a month minimum. It would be nice to have 30 bucks a month here on ANY smartphone…

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