Q: What data plans does Verizon offer for the iPhone 4?
A: Unknown. Verizon has not yet revealed its data plans. Currently, the company offers a $15-per-month plan with 150MB of data usage and a $30-per-month plan with unlimited usage (well, subject to vague "reasonable usage" parameters).
Q: When can I actually get an iPhone 4 from Verizon?
A: February 10 is when they will first be available in stores and for delivery. Existing Verizon customers can begin placing orders on February 3 to get first in line for their units.
Q: Is there a CDMA version of the iPad available from Verizon as well?
A: No. For now at least, Verizon is selling the Wi-FI-only models of the iPad, so you need a 3G hot spot device such as a MiFi or Verizon iPhone to connect it to the Internet. (The iPad connects to the hot spot device over Wi-Fi, and the hot spot device gets Internet access via 3G.) But a Verizon executive has told Bloomberg that a CDMA-compatible iPad is coming, though he gave no details as to when.
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