The long wait for a Verizon iPhone is finally over.
on its network starting in early February. It's the same model iPhone 4 that AT&T and international carriers currently sell except that it connects to the CDMA network instead of GSM.
Starting February 10, a 16GB model will cost $199.99 with a two-year contract, according to Verizon Wireless' Web site. The 32GB model will sell for $299.99. An extra feature Verizon will offer is the phone's ability to serve as a personal Wi-Fi "hot spot." Up to five Wi-Fi devices can connect to the Verizon iPhone at one time.
An unnamed source told The Wall Street Journal that the company
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