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Verizon is going to start selling its phones locked

Ever since Verizon Wireless started selling 4G LTE devices, the biggest wireless carrier in the United States has been generous enough to sell those handsets unlocked. But times they are a-changin’. CNET reports that beginning this spring, Verizon is going to start locking down its smartphones in a [...]
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