Verizon Won't Carry Nexus One, Google offers HTC Incredible as Alternative

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dc10ten

i wouldn't mind having an incredible.

 convinced my dad to go with that vs an iphone 

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savior

Sitting down looking on my nexus one right now!

 

though....im with t-mobile so its a win fail situtation :/

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M-ManLA

Honestly, I am waiting to see what WP7 will do in the market. I would like to see WP7 on the Verizon Network. 

 

Electronically charged

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ifailatliving

need new phone now what do i get!!!1

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Nickompoop

Verizon says they'll have the Nexus One, and now they say they won't.  Dammit, why the hell do they get people's hopes up like that?  That phone was the first one I've actually wanted for a long time now, and I can't switch to AT&T because Verizon finds ways to extend my contract!

 

Allright, the rant's over 

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nedwards

I waited long enough. I preordered the Incredible today; time to move off of AT&T and get rid of the one Apple product I allowed in my life.

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Phrish

 Woah a comment that passed the MaxPC content filter. I thought that using the word "think" would cause the post to reject.

- Phrish

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Cruzg10

Wow, how did you manage to get all those post past the filter?

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Phrish

 Incredible > Nexus One in just about every way. Think of it "as" the Nexus One for VZW's CDMA network.

- Phrish

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DOAcepr

Why must it always come down to inferior phone on superior network, or superior phone on inferior network? Isn't it possible to have both? I left T-mobile because of huge service area gaps. I am leaving AT&T because they are constantly dropping calls (plenty of service coverage, but I usually end up calling the person I am talking to back at least 5 times over a 30 minute call). I was holding out for the Nexus One on Verizon… it appeared to be the best phone available on the best network available. I am very disappointed by this piece of news. Perhaps my dream of a near perfect phone with a near perfect carrier is akin to hoping for an iPhone without Apple.

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athlon11

They're relatively equivalent phones, but I prefer the plain jane Android UI to the Sense UI and there's no denying that the case and form of the N1 is much sexier than the Droid Incredible.

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