iPhone 4 on AT&T vs. Verizon (comparison chart)

The iPhone 4 on AT&T versus Verizon.

After months of rumors and speculation, Apple has finally brought the iPhone 4 to Verizon Wireless. While much of the hardware remains the same, there are a couple of important differences.

Obviously, there's the change from GSM to CDMA, which means the phone won't be able to use voice and data simultaneously with current CDMA technology. Also, the Verizon iPhone will have mobile hot-spot capability, while the AT&T one does not. In the chart below, we've tried to document the differences between the two phones. While Verizon has not told us the iPhone 4's data plan, we've included the carrier's data plan on its current smartphones for the time being.

AT&TVerizon
NetworkGSM 850/900/1,800/1,900; HSDPA 850/900/1,900/2,100CDMA 850/1,900; EV-DO Rev. A
Simultaneous use of voice and dataYesNo
Mobile hot-spot optionNoYes, up to five devices
Price$199 for 16GB, $299 for 32GB$199 for 16GB, $299 for 32GB
Data plan$15 for 200MB; $25 for 2GB; $45 for 2GB plus tetheringUnknown, but here's Verizon's data plan for its other smartphones: $15 for 150MB; $29.99 for unlimited; $49.99 for unlimited with tethering
ColorsBlack and white. Availability of white model is said to be this spring.Black and white. Availability of white model is also said to be this spring, according to a Verizon spokesperson.
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