Verizon recently announced a bunch of things -- that users would be able to use unlocked cell phones on their service, that they were doing a 180 and would be supporting Google's Android, and that they were going to start thinking of their network as an open network. Of course, the cynical (meaning John Paczkowski of AllThingsD) figure that Verizon will charge per-byte data charges to prevent their network from turning into "dumb pipe" (video link) just like how Verizon's parent company Vodafone does it in Europe.
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