About Verizon iPhone
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==>>Verizon Wireless, is a wireless phone provider that

owns and operates the largest mobile telecommunications

network in the United States, based on a total of 93.2 million

U.S. subscribers, 400,000 subscribers ahead of the second

largest provider
==>>Verizon Wireless is one of two major U.S. carriers that

use CDMA technology, the other being Sprint Nextel. Alltel

also used CDMA before becoming part of Verizon Wireless.
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–>The Verizon iPhone’s software is slightly more advanced, it’s

running iOS 4.2.5, while the most current release for all other iPhones is iOS 4.2.1.
–>Verizon says up to five Wi-Fi devices can connect to the iPhone’s Internet connection at the same time.
–>Probably you can put in pre-orders starting February 3 , and it will be available from february 10.
–>The iPhone 4 on Verizon has a SAR (specific absorption rate) of 1.18. The iPhone 4 on AT&T has a SAR of 1.17. Since the difference is so small, it’s basically the same.
A cell phone’s SAR is a measure of the amount of radio frequency (RF) energy absorbed by the body when using the handset. All cell phones emit RF energy, and the SAR varies by handset model, even if it’s the same phone across different carriers.
–>the iPhone 4 that is designed for and sold by AT&T will not work on Verizon Wireless’ network. The reason is that the AT&T iPhone is based on a technology standard known as GSM, while Verizon Wireless uses a technology standard called CDMA. These are different technologies, and they are not interchangeable. So if you want to use the iPhone on Verizon, you’ll have to purchase the new CDMA iPhone 4 designed specifically for Verizon Wireless.
–>Price: The new device will start at $199 for the 16GB model and $299 for the 32GB.

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