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As it stands, you can't purchase a service plan for any product through Verizon, no matter how many subscribers wish they could. But according to Boy Genius Report and one of their "highly placed sources," Verizon Wireless is at least testing out an Apple product.
"We have been told that the model they are testing is a CDMA-compatible device, and while our source mentioned LTE in some capacity (possibly another model), we haven’t been able to independently confirm that part of it," Boy Genius Reports writes in a blog post.
As many have done recently, BGR goes on to speculate that we might soon see an Apple product offered through Verizon, but will we really? On the record, Verizon maintains that it has no plans to support any Apple devices in the "immediate future," and as far as anyone knows, Apple's exclusivity agreement with AT&T is valid and runs for another 2 years. Even if Verizon is testing the iPad on its network, it doesn't necessarily mean anything, as companies often test devices.
Still, this will only fan the speculatory flames that are already running hot, and at a time when AT&T just announced new data plans, including one for the iPad.