Verizon will have plenty of Windows Phone 7 devices for the holidays

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From the official Microsoft Windows Phone Twitter channel, @windows phone disclosed over the weekend that stated that Windows Phone 7 devices would hit stores before the holiday season. But then, mysteriously the tween was removed. Was this a mistake, or did someone type to soon? Original sources stated that the Verizon devices would not be out until 2011.

A slip, or just a simple mistake, will Windows Phone 7 be available through Verizon?

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