April 24, 2012

AT&T and Verizon Rooting for Windows Phone

Brian Chen, Bits Blog


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In recent weeks, the two big American phone carriers, AT&T and Verizon, have been talking big about Microsoft’s Windows Phone software. AT&T has been hurling loads of money at marketingNokia’s Lumia 900, a smartphone that runs on the Windows Phone operating system. And now Verizon, too, has revealed plans to aggressively promote Windows Phone 8, the next version of Microsoft’s software.
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