Orange, Vodafone, O2 and AT&T have iPhone, will Verizon follow

The news about the Apple iPhone is all over the net at the moment and we have heard so much about the carriers who will provide this handset.

In the UK alone we all knew that O2 had the exclusive rights to sell the iPhone and recently we had the press statement sent to us about Orange supplying the iPhone also, but not only that we have also learned which we told you about yesterday that Vodafone will be supplying the iPhone as well.

So now we see that O2 will not be the exclusive carriers seeing as Orange and Vodafone are coming on board the iPhone train, China Unicom are getting the iPhone AT&T have the iPhone so what about the likes of Verizon “Will they follow suit?”, will Apple consider them for selling the iPhone.

All-in-all it looks like Christmas 2009 is going to be a special one for Apple and its carriers in the way of iPhone sales. Would you like to see other networks carry the iPhone?


5 thoughts on “Orange, Vodafone, O2 and AT&T have iPhone, will Verizon follow”

  1. Erik Azevedo says:

    I’ll be one of the people who sleep in front of the store waiting for it to open so I can be one of the first to get my hands on the Verizon iPhone!!!!!! Come on, Verizon! (And Apple, for that matter)

  2. Bree says:

    I would love for Verizon to sell the iPhone. I’ve heard many complaints from AT&T customers about their service. I’ve been with Verizon for the past 5 years and do not want to switch to another carrier. I do hope that if Verizon starts selling the iPhone that it is still compatibe with iTunes and not just Verizon’s music player.

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