Verizon has hinted at a shift in favor of more Windows Phone support from the carrier.
During a conference call today, Verizon chief financial officer Fran Shammo talked up how Verizon hopes to drive Windows Phone sales similarly to how it did for Android.
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"We created the Android platform from the beginning and it is an incredible platform today that we helped to create," Shammo said.
"We are looking to do the same thing with a third ecosystem."
T-Mobile first to support Android OS
Of course, T-Mobile was actually the first carrier to support the Android OS, but shortly after that beginning Verizon pushed hard to make the Motorola Droid a mainstream success.
Verizon saying it wants to support Windows Phone is one thing, but with only the unimpressive HTC Trophy on the carrier so far, it's a difficult claim to make.
The Nokia Lumia 900 is currently the premiere Windows Phone device, available only through AT&T.
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