A recent study has stated that approximately 29 per cent of US mobile phone users will be migrating to Verizon iPhone if it comes in this year itself.
The survey stated that done by the market research firm Morpace, claimed that 52 per cent of present Verizon users claimed of switching to Verizon network if released in 2010.
The study involved interviewed 1,000 US mobile phone customers.
The study stated that around 20 percent of T-mobile users, 23 per cent of AT&T customers and 22 per cent of Sprint customers were "somewhat/very likely to purchase an iPhone with Verizon".
In addition to the fact it was stated that approximately 47 per cent of the present AT&T iPhone users would make shift of Verizon iPhone if it was released in near future.
Also around 34 per cent are desperate for the iPhone to be released in Verizon network.
The Morpace report added: "As successful as the Apple iPhone has been, many mobile consumers who have been attracted to an iPhone have not switched to the AT&T network simply based on the popularity of Apple's smart phone."
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