Verizon IPhone Won't Disrupt Mobile MarketKevin C. Tofel
So Verizon has announced the long-awaited iPhone for its network. Short of the first iPhone release in 2007, I can't remember such hysteria over a single handset. Does this phone have the potential to cause disruption to all other carriers in the U.S. market now that iPhone is offered by the one with the greatest geographic coverage and the most subscribers? The iPhone hardware, with its slight redesign and new mobile hotspot feature, is nice.
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