I have been a customer of Verizon since 1995, if the Lumia 950 is not available on Verizon I will definitely go to ATT. I have had iphones and android phones. Then I thought outside the box, and tried a windows phone, I will only own a windows phone. My family has tried my windows phone and will all be switching to windows phones from iPhone and android.
Verizon, look at your stock price, not gaining as many customers as you thought! You will be playing catchup soon!!
Thanks for your vote!
I found this link: Region Leadership | Verizon Wireless
After you put your vote, or your forum post here, also go send a friendly email about how you would like your Microsoft phone on Verizon.
There doesn't need to be negotiation unless MS wants Verizon to fit the bill for licensing for CDMA and FCC licensing cost. If that is indeed the case then Verizon isn't violating block C rules. If MS really wanted to stick it to Verizon not having it available on Verizon isn't going to do a think. Making to work and forcing them to accept it will.
Aaahhhh..... the bots have posted yet again. I would have thought they could spell better though.
"what draws" us to this particular model? Just look at the specs.
Microsoft didn't enable CDMA functionality, submit the phones for CDMA certification or pay licensing fees to Qualcomm. These phones were never intended to be used with Verizon Wireless, Sprint or their respective resellers.