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Jabra Stone2 is out this week -- but AT&T and Verizon are carrying different versions

Chris Ziegler

In the off chance that you have your fingers on the pulse of the Bluetooth headset industry, you know darn well that Jabra's curiously-designed Stone2 went on sale this week. What you may not know, however, is that the version you get depends on where you buy it. Turns out both AT&T and Verizon have decided to carry the units in-store, but AT&T went with a glossy black (pictured left) while Big Red opted for a "sexy, black leather finish" (pictured right). Both versions are the same $129.99 at the counter, so it really comes down to which design you prefer -- don't let any silly carrier preferences or undying brand loyalty get in the way. Just don't show your AT&T phone in the Verizon store or vice versa, lest you start a melee the likes of which your town has never seen.

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