Verizon iPhone, 4G 2010 forgotten: All about Android and T-Mobile

All getting a little hot under the collar now when we mention the Verizon iPhone or iPhone 4G, but sorry we will keep going on until we hear something solid from Apple or network operators.

iPhone rumours keep flying in and the next one lined-up that we found via Engadet is T-Mobile USA might be getting the iPhone either this year 2010 or next year 2011, we take this with a pinch of salt as usual but it is something to consider.

The iPhone coming to T-Mobile USA is interesting but all eyes and focus will be on Android mobile phones according to product-reviews.net, so until this all happens it looks like T-Mobile will stick with Android for now.

Personally Apple should forget T-Mobile and crack on with Verizon launching the iPhone, then again why not let both T-Mobile USA and Verizon have the iPhone, we all love a little healthy competition.

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9 thoughts on “Verizon iPhone, 4G 2010 forgotten: All about Android and T-Mobile”

  1. Reply
    Jim says:

    Apple, If your reading this. I am going to sign a two year contract for a DROID with Verizon. I am sick of waiting for you to announce if your going with Verizon. Just because your making good numbers doesn’t mean you shouldn’t care about the millions/Billions you are not making with Verizon.

    “Madness is badness of spirit, when one seeks profit from all sources” – Aristotle

    Regards,

    Former customer.

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    CameronRex says:

    My Verizon contract is up this summer. If iPhone is not announced I have to decide whether to swtich to AT&T or go with the Droid. Right now I’m up in the air. iPhone is my first choice, but the AT&T network…..

    Friends that have Droids love them. I think Apple is making a big mistake if it doesn’t get on other networks soon. Once someone has picked up an iPhone alternative and finds it does what they want, why would they switch to an iPhone later. No reason.

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    Jason says:

    I’m also tired of waiting. I’ve been holding onto my upgrade with Verizon for almost 6 months. And also going with the DROID. Can’t understand for the life of me why Apple will not maximize it’s profits and allow Verizon to distribute the IPhone.

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    Tim says:

    Apple,
    I am a loyal Verizon customer and will not change to AT&T just to get the iphone and I do not like the Droid. I will wait for the iphone to come to verizon. So please hurry

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    David says:

    I think there are a LOT of people like Tim and I that really don’t want to switch to AT&T but would love an iPhone. I’ll even make a special trip to the store so I can get it right away. So Apple, here sits a potential iPhone customer, patiently waiting. The ball is in your court.

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    Sue says:

    I, like Tim and David, am waiting for day we can get a Verizon iphone. I have an Apple ProMac and love it. I desperately want the iphone but will not change from Verizon. The coverage is far superior to AT&T. I know several people who have the AT&T iphone and are constantly dropping calls. Hurry up Apple and Verizon. Think of all the sales!

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    Corey-jason says:

    Apple,

    I had AT&T in the past and there is absolutely nothing on Earth that would make me sign a contract with AT&T again for any phone. There terrible service and customer care will prevent me from purchasing your product. I have been sitting on a Verizon “new every 2” upgrade for OVER A YEAR now and if you and Verizon don’t finally get on board then you will FOREVER lose my business. I do truly want an iPhone and would run to the store in a heartbeat and purchase one in cash if I wasn’t FORCED to use an inferior provider. For a company who’s business model was for years to be “slightly more expensive but built with perfection and the best of parts” to sell your product through a company who is known to the world to be the COMPLETE opposite just undermines YOUR BUSINESS. Apple is supposed to be the best of the best, AT&T is the worst of the worst; i’d like to know what financial officer looked at AT&T’s dismal past record in the wireless market and said “no, this company is a good match for our Apple product”…

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    MW says:

    It is a shame that Verizon will not be getting the iPhone soon from the way it sounds. I had the iPhone with AT&T and their service in the Bay area just plain sucks. I switched over to Verizon and I can actually keep a call up from the east bay to downtown SF. It is pretty sad that a California company as Apple cannot get AT&T to offer better coverage in the area. When Verizon gets the iPhone they will far surpass AT&T in total number of lines sold. There are many reasons people stay with Verizon and I can tell you as a business owner when the bill comes in the mail it is always correct. AT&T could never get my bill correct every month I was on the phone with them and just said the hell with it this last November. Good bye AT&T and hello Verizon.

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