No Verizon iPhone till 2011 says an analyst.

Look for the iPhone to be exclusive to AT&T for at least the rest of 2010 and first half of 2011 says an analyst.

According to Brian Marshall, a Wall Street analyst at BroadPoint AmTech, "AT&T had to do something dramatic to get the iPad." So what they did was to give Apple the rock-bottom pricing it wanted for 3G data. No other US 3G carrier can touch the $29.99 all-you-can-eat plan, and so, Marshall told Computerworld's Gregg Keizer, "AT&T was able to negotiate a six-month extension on the iPhone exclusive."

So it seems that all those people who thought that $29.99 iPad unlimited data plan was "to good to be true" were right. However true as it is, it was a business decision to extend AT&T's exclusivity through the key Christmas shopping season.
Consider this a loss leader for AT&T who may lose money on the iPad data plan on some customers, but who will gain new subscriptions and customers looking for phones over the Christmas season.