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Verizon apps start showing up in Windows Phone 7's Marketplace, you figure out the rest

Chris Ziegler

It's an open secret (okay, it's not really a secret at all) that Verizon plans to carry Windows Phone 7 handsets before too long, and in preparation for that grand event, it seems Big Red is populating the platform's Marketplace with a few wares. Verizon versions of Slacker Radio and Netflix are now in there alongside a carrier app -- My Verizon Mobile -- that lets you pull the usual stunts with your account like changing features and paying your bill. 'Course, they can drop 50 apps in there and it still doesn't mean much without hardware... so hopefully we see that Trophy launch within a few weeks.

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