According to the Silcon Alley Insider (via WSJ), Verizon is not going to carry the Galaxy S II? WTF, right? However, Samsung's best selling Android flagship phone will appear on the other three major US networks this fall.
The reason? It's hard to say. I'm guess the two companies could not come to some sort of financial terms. And with the iPhone 5 launch coming around the same time, Verizon probably used it as leverage which Samsung did not take too kindly too.
It's going to be awesome seeing the iPhone 5 go head-to-head with Android's premiere device. Samsung has already sold millions of these in Asia and Europe and it'll find a huge market here as well.
It's too bad. it would be nice to see the two giants fight it out of all four networks at the same time. However, while it's been confirmed that the iPhone will start available to Sprint's customers this October, the rumors about T-Mobile also getting the iPhone are still just that, rumors.