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The iPhone Comes to Verizon!

Posted January 11, 2011  |  written by  |  Tips and Trends from the Experts

The iPhone Comes to Verizon

Are you on the nation’s number one cellular service network? If so, then you have probably already heard that the rumors are officially true: the iPhone has come to Verizon at long last. After months of speculation and delays, Verizon and Apple officially announced their partnership at a press conference earlier today. Without regurgitating too much information from other articles, here’s the skinny on the deal:

Current Verizon customers will be able to pre-order their iPhones early next month, February 3, and new customers can purchase their handsets the following week, February 10. By adding the iPhone to their robust repertoire of smartphones that already includes the “iPhone-killing” DROID series by Motorola, Verizon will extend their market dominance further. The Verizon iPhone will vary from the AT&T model minimally, mainly to accommodate the proprietary hardware necessary to access the Verizon network. The slight variance does manage to render most cases currently available for the iPhone 4 obsolete, however. The cell pricing plans will be the same as other carriers: $199 for the 16GB model, $299 for the 32GB model.

To read more about the deal, please see this article from CNET.

As an extremely satisfied owner of a first-gen Motorola Droid, news of the iPhone coming to Verizon does not affect me as much as it does other people, but I am still very excited to hear that Apple is expanding their business partnerships.

With Verizon getting the iPhone, that means a whole new crop of consumers will need cell phone accessories. While InkHead doesn’t carry any add-ons for the yet-to-be-released iPhone for Verizon, we do carry a number of Custom Promotional Cell Phone Accessories, ranging from promotional cell phone cases to charging stations. Cell phone accessories make good giveaway items because they are useful, and your logo will impress your recipients with ease use. Those impressions will add up over time.

Custom Cell Phone Accessories from InkHead

Custom Personalized Cell Phone Accessories A new trend in promotional products are cell phone holders, which serve as a convenient place to keep your phone at work or at home. InkHead carries several different types, but one of our most popular is the Foyer Desktop Cell Phone Holder, which is pictured below.

Promotional Cell Phone AccessoriesAnother hot seller is the Light-Up Desktop Phone Caddy/4-Port Hub, which features a metallic silver finish with a self-stick finish on one side that holds your cell phone. Additionally, the unit lights up when you receive a call, and the 4-port USB hubs located on other side act as a stand. The item includes a separate retractable cord.

Don’t forget that the items featured in this post are subject to availability and may not be in stock when you order.

The Bottom Line

The wait for many is finally over. The iPhone is on Verizon. Take advantage of the excitement surrounding the new release by purchasing some custom cell phone accessories to dispense at trade shows to prospects or to use in your next employee incentive program. After all, nearly everyone has a cell phone these days, and nearly everyone appreciates a useful item for their cell phone.

If you have any questions about the items you’re ordering, don’t hesitate to contact one of our Promotions Specialists, any of whom will be more than happy to assist you.

InkHead Promotional Products. Your brand, your message.

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One comment
  1. Comment by Adustgerm on October 2, 2011 at 9:44 am

    Hello,
    The Motorola Droid Bionic has been buzzing around the internet for quite some time, it’s caused a lot of confusion and chaos through out the internet. The Bionic was supposed to be one of Verizon’s first handsets to be fully LTE-equipped. But due to complications, the project was dumped – but the name Droid Bionic does still live on a phone that was formally known as the Motorola Targa.

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