Verizon iPhone 4 is coming to stores on February 10th, but you already know that, don't you? You probably saw the new Apple commercial that offers both GSM and CDMA iPhones that sold in the United States in a couple of weeks and you probably know that both devices will cost you $ 199.99 or $ 299.99 (version 16 GB and 32 GB, respectively) it doesn't matter if you choose Verizon or AT&T as the next carrier for two years.
But these are subsidized prices, which means that you're not paying the full price iPhone 4 at once, but you're going to let the carriers get their money back and then some over the next two years or so.
As for those folks out there who do not qualify for a subsidized device and want an iPhone off-contract 4? Well, this is where you'll have to decide which carrier to choose how iPhone 4 title CDMA Verizon will be $ 50 more expensive compared to GSM when there is no contract involved.
Verizon iPhone 4 will cost you $ 649 .99 or $ 749.99 for the 16 GB or 32 GB model, respectively. The iPhone AT&T 4 runs for $ 599 or $ 699 for the 16 GB version and 32 GB.
It is said that both phones are almost similar, and you would be right. There are very few differences between them, especially the radio CDMA and new design of the outside aerial. Verizon iPhone 4 comes with support instead of GSM and CDMA, with a new external antenna that should prevent any future problems of Antennagate. Previous ?Verizon iPhone 4 rumors have said the phone will be more expensive than a model of AT&T due to more expensive parts CDMA and it seems that these speculations were right.
The question is, that extra $ 50 for Verizon customers who were waiting for the iPhone over the past two years? What say you, subscribers to Verizon?