Verizon Entering in Netbook Market
Verizon Wireless has announced that they will start selling a 3G-enabled notebook as early as next quarter,stepping up competition with AT&T Inc. As per source of news agency, the devices are being developed with more than one PC maker.
Verizon Wireless, owned by Verizon Communication Inc. and Britain's Vodafone Group Plc. competes with AT&T and Sprint Nextel in the wireless carrier Market. Verizon Wireless and AT&T see these devices used mainly for data as the pool of new phone subscriber shrinks.
AT&T and RadioShack introduced a Netbook that runs on the carrier's third generation network in December. The Verizone Netbook will initially be sold in the company's stores, and retail partners also may stock them.
As we know that Netbook are scaled-down versions of laptops that typically sell for less than $500. But Price and plan detail aren't complete.