Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Verizon, Sprint, others reject 'iPod phone'

See Verizon, Sprint, other wireless companies balk at carrying Apple's and Motorola's 'iPod phone'.

This is just another example of how the mobile phone operators are so far out of touch. If they expect to charge between $2 - $3 per download, they'll have another WAP/MMS failure on their hands. (See Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg's recent comments: "Why in the world would you think your (cell) phone would work in your house? The customer has come to expect so much" for an example of such a disconnection between the customer and the operator.)

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