1. Mr. Marco's Avatar
    So I just read Verizon told its people something big is going down tomorrow. Same day as Apple's big announcement or announcements. O man does this mean new iPhone on Verizon? Does this mean Apple tablet on Verizon? ORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR does this really only mean Verizon has something to combat the new iPhone on AT&T?

    Sound off ladies and gentlemen!
    01-26-10 11:45 AM
  2. terram's Avatar
    iphone would never be on verizon... verizon is prob just announcing their official down pricing of unlimited calling to 69 from 99
    01-26-10 11:48 AM
  3. b8x4c34's Avatar
    iphone would never be on verizon... verizon is prob just announcing their official down pricing of unlimited calling to 69 from 99
    uh they announced that about a week ago
    01-26-10 11:49 AM
  4. Mr. Marco's Avatar
    Why would they announce the pricing when there have been commercials about it already. And there will definitely be an iPhone on Verizon one day, most definitely when the network switches over to LTE.

    Apple knows they can't keep a sustainable business plan selling one phone on one service provider. They lose all the people that would buy an iPhone but will never switch to AT&T.
    01-26-10 11:51 AM
  5. mjbesen310's Avatar
    yeah Verizon will be letting us know about the Verizon Iphone come tomorrow
    01-26-10 11:55 AM
  6. thinkamp's Avatar
    Why would they announce the pricing when there have been commercials about it already. And there will definitely be an iPhone on Verizon one day, most definitely when the network switches over to LTE.

    Apple knows they can't keep a sustainable business plan selling one phone on one service provider. They lose all the people that would buy an iPhone but will never switch to AT&T.
    The exact reason I don't have an iphone!
    01-26-10 11:59 AM
  7. Duvi's Avatar
    Why would they announce the pricing when there have been commercials about it already. And there will definitely be an iPhone on Verizon one day, most definitely when the network switches over to LTE.

    Apple knows they can't keep a sustainable business plan selling one phone on one service provider. They lose all the people that would buy an iPhone but will never switch to AT&T.
    The just set a record in revenue.... so that theory goes right out the window. It's also on a lot of other service providers; just one in the U.S.. Apple is doing just fine, but can grow even more if they open it up onto other networks.
    01-26-10 12:02 PM
  8. Mr. Marco's Avatar
    Setting a record now and knowing you can't keep that sustainability forever as I stated doesn't seem like any theory is blown out the water.
    01-26-10 12:07 PM
  9. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    Setting a record now and knowing you can't keep that sustainability forever as I stated doesn't seem like any theory is blown out the water.
    I agree. With any product there comes a point where it has exhausted it's market. Obviously, Apple could still get those that are new to smartphones and those looking to switch, but at some point in time, that won't be enough. Apple wants to gain market share, not just sustain it. They will eventually open it up to other carriers to continue the iPhone's dominance. And remember it has only been roughly 2 1/2 years since the iPhone came out. I doubt 5 years from initial launch Apple would have imagined themselves on one carrier.
    01-26-10 02:15 PM
  10. germster's Avatar
    "So I just read" WHERE???????



    So I just read Verizon told its people something big is going down tomorrow. Same day as Apple's big announcement or announcements. O man does this mean new iPhone on Verizon? Does this mean Apple tablet on Verizon? ORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR does this really only mean Verizon has something to combat the new iPhone on AT&T?

    Sound off ladies and gentlemen!
    01-26-10 02:37 PM
  11. Entertainment72's Avatar
    Setting a record now and knowing you can't keep that sustainability forever as I stated doesn't seem like any theory is blown out the water.
    Yea that's what Gene Munster thought as well (sustainability) until Apple blew his crappy predictions out of the water.

    I think Gene Munster is batting .000 with Apple..lol.

    Apple by no means has exhausted the AT&T consumer pool by a long shot. AT&T has 80+ million customers, how many are iPhone owners... not even 20 million. According to my math there are another potential 60 million to tap.

    I say Jobs comes out with this.. 'Oh and another thing...the iPhone will now be available on another carrier'... people GASPS.. then he says 'T-MOBILE'. I will die laughing so hard at the poor poor Verizon Fanboys.. lmao.
    Last edited by Entertainment72; 01-26-10 at 03:02 PM.
    01-26-10 02:57 PM
  12. vikingjunior's Avatar
    There going to announce the itablet and it's going to operate on Verizon's network. In which you'll be paying $60 a month for data access. FAIL!

    Why someone would pay $60 a month and be locked into one device is beyond me. Although Apple and Verizon do like things locked down.
    01-26-10 02:58 PM
  13. CMEC's Avatar
    There going to announce the itablet and it's going to operate on Verizon's network. In which you'll be paying $60 a month for data access. FAIL!

    Why someone would pay $60 a month and be locked into one device is beyond me. Although Apple and Verizon do like things locked down.
    Where did you get this info from? Maybe Sprint should try to lock things down more often. They might be able to stop the bleeding on their network lol>
    01-26-10 03:01 PM
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