Monday, September 24, 2012

Verizon confirms it is selling five free iPhones in the U.S.


The U.S. carrier Verizon is selling its iPhones 5 released: it's official. In short, this means that the phone can be used with other GSM operators in the country (even though Verizon is CDMA, as there is room for the two antennas on the iPhone 5). Not only that, the Verizon iPhone 5 could be used with other international carriers.

This is confirmed by the blog these days' iDownloadBlog ', which has even compare this information with the customer service from Verizon. The person who answered the phone they admitted that the company is selling free terminals.

A Verizon spokesperson has spoken about it and today announced that the company has not 'locked iPhones 5'. An unexpected move, as Verizon is characterized by market locked phones that can not be used in other rival companies in the country.

The article confirms that Verizon is selling five free iPhones in the U.S. has been originally published in News iPhone .

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