EXCLUSIVE: Verizon pushing iTunes installation to its stores

EXCLUSIVE: Verizon pushing iTunes installation to its stores
We received a confirmation that Verizon is installing the iTunes software in its stores. You know, iTunes, Apple's multimedia organizer and player, which just happens to be used for syncing your iPhone 4 and your iPad with your computer.

Now, we are not thinking of fueling speculation about an upcoming iPhone 4 to Verizon's network. The iTunes rollout across the stores is most certainly due to today's Apple iPad launch on Big Red. The famous tablet will be sold in 2000 stores across the country with either a Verizon MiFi unit, or as a standalone product, for prices that are not different than those anywhere else. The data plans for the iPad start at $20 for 1GB of traffic.

Have a look at the screenshot from Verizon's store computers and tell us what you make of it.

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