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Verizon is gearing up to offer shared data plans sometime in 2012. That's straight from CEO Lowell McAdam, who told the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference this morning, \"I think in 2012 we will see it... Getting to one bill and getting to account-level pricing is our goal.\" Sharing data

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It's time to start penning the epilogue to the story of how Verizon and the iPhone came to be happily betrothed yesterday. We've already heard a good deal about how the last suitor failed to live up to expectations, but this report keeps the focus predominantly on the newlyweds and their courtship.

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We've waited. We've watched. We've wondered. And now, by the grace of Steve Jobs and Lowell McAdam, we're supposedly going to see a reveal of the mythical Verizon iPhone. Of course, there's always a chance that Verizon just wants to reveal more details on LTE, or talk about the company's commitmen

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Though Verizon famously turned down the original iPhone before Apple ultimately signed a deal with AT&T, the company's outspoken CEO -- Ivan Seidenberg -- has been very careful over the past couple years to note that he'd love to eventually have an iPhone in his lineup. With Verizon Wireless bos

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This quirky, fun lovin' gent is Lowell McAdam, who becomes the president and COO of Verizon Communications beginning October 1. According to the company press release: \"The appointment of McAdam by the Verizon board of directors is an important step in the succession process for when Seidenberg ret

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By the end of 2008, Verizon Wireless will open their network to any device which meets a \"minimum technical standard.\" What that standard is, exactly, VZW isn't saying yet -- that will come in \"early 2008.\" So any device (including applications) tested and certified in VZW's new $20 Million test lab

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By the end of 2008, Verizon Wireless will open their network to any device which meets a \"minimum technical standard.\" What that standard is, exactly, VZW isn't saying yet -- that will come in \"early 2008.\" So any device (including applications) tested and certified in VZW's new $20 Million test lab

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