Verizon iPhone 4 Pre-Order: What To Do Next! Update

It has all kicked off at the Verizon Conference and we have already reported the very good news of the iPhone 4 on the Big Red network, yes the CDMA iPhone 4 is confirmed and real.

Just a little recap: The Verizon iPhone 16GB will cost you $199.99 with a new 2-year activation and data pak required, this is the phone that changed everything and it can only get bigger now seeing as it is on one of the most reliable networks in America.

The price above is the starting price and we will bring you more prices when we know, ok so what do we do next to get our hands on the new Verizon iPhone 4? Well that is simple and all you need to do is read on.

If you head on over to Verizon Wireless you can sign up to get all the details you need on how to be one of the first to get your hands on the smartphone with Verizon, this is an exclusive opportunity for Verizon Wireless customers.

You can now get the iPhone 4 from Verizon’s reserved quantity before they’re available to everyone else. Please do let us know if you will be getting this phone on the Verizon network.

UPDATE: On February 3rd Verizon existing customers will have an opportunity to pre-order… on February 10th, everyone will be able to order online, in stores, or in Apple stores.”


4 thoughts on “Verizon iPhone 4 Pre-Order: What To Do Next! Update”

  1. Brian says:

    I've been patiently holding out for an iphone to come to verizon and I'm also due for a contract renewal. I can say that I'm very pleased that this is happening. I'm not sure what to think about the verizon iphone not having the 4G that verizon is advertising. This to me is almost reason to wait some more. Any thoughts?

    1. Tyler says:

      I would buy this iPhone. Apple took a year to develop the iPhone to work on Verizon's CDMA network. To think that Apple would have a iPhone ready to roll out on Verizon's 4G network which has been out since the beginning of December is asking a lot and not practical. In my opinion, Apple won't release a 4G phone on either 4G network, AT&T or Verizon, until June of 2012. So if you think that you can wait a year and a half for a 4G iPhone, more power to you. I would buy this one because by the time the 4G version rolls around you should be up for an upgrade.

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