by Joe White
January 27, 2011
Verizon will reportedly start taking pre-orders for the iPhone on February 3, at 3AM EST. Existing Verizon customers will be able to buy the iPhone that day, a week ahead of the general public. According to an e-mail sent to the team over at MacRumors:
Apparently, the initial stock for February 3 purchases is limited, meaning some existing Verizon customers may have to wait until February 10 anyway. If you own an AT&T iPhone, Verizon may allow you to trade in your iPhone 4, and get money off a new Verizon iPhone. Currently, we're not sure if this will be offered to non-corporate accounts. Here's the trade in price list:
- Make sure you have your My Verizon self-serve account set-up online. Orders can only be placed through your my Verizon account. You can register/setup your account at... myaccount.verizonwireless.com
- On February 3rd at 3am EST, Verizon Wireless will allow our current customers to order upgrades or new lines to their accounts through your My Verizon online account (make sure you have registered before the 3rd).
iPhone 2G - 16GB: $60 iPhone 3G - 16GB: $105 iPhone 3Gs 32GB: $160 iPhone 4- 16GB: $280 iPhone 4 - 32GB: $360Are you planning on getting a Verizon iPhone come February? Let us know in the comments.