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Will you switch to Verizon, because of the Apple iPhone 4: Results

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Will you switch to Verizon, because of the Apple iPhone 4: Results

Ah, the Verizon iPhone 4, source of countless rumors, myths and legends. It was less than a week ago that everyone thought AT&T exclusivity will not end any time soon, but the wheel of time spun a full circle to break the exciting news about Apple's iPhone coming on Big Red. How would the DROIDers accept the controversial news and will this make others jump on the Verizon wagon? The question finally received a solid answer after 2115 of you, our respondents, shared their thoughts.

And those thoughts showed that the carrier rivalry is raging at full force. The most of you (39 per cent, or 825 votes) felt that the Android-running powerhouses on Sprint (like the HTC EVO 4G) would attract them to Sprint more than any iPhone. However, a close 36.64 per cent could not disagree more with the previous statement and were happy to finally be able to use the full iPhone power on Verizon's time-proven network.

AT&T's problems with dropped calls seemed overstated for 12.34 per cent or 261 of you, who were perfectly fine with the carrier. But then again, 126 votes showed that it is not only about the phone, even if it's an iPhone 4, but more about the network. In our case – the T-Mobile network with its promised speeds of 42 Mbps. And finally, 95 of respondents were ready to abandon Sprint despite its 4G WiMAX network and embrace the Verizon iPhone 4.

What can we say, it really is a tied race we see between carriers and networks, as well as between Android and iOS. Despite the fact that most of you found the HTC EVO 4G as a more iconic device, the large number of users willing to switch to Verizon is a good tribute to Big Red's stable network. And now, we can only thank you for paticipating and let the numbers speak as the Verizon iPhone 4 launch is approaching ever so close.

Will you switch to Verizon, because of the Apple iPhone 4: Results

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posted on 17 Jan 2011, 10:31 1

1. Slammer (Posts: 1515; Member since: 03 Jun 2010)

"95%" of Sprint ready to jump ship for an iPhone on Verizon?

That's funny. I don't remember that being one of the questions. Individuals may favor a VZW iPhone, but I don't see in the results how evident it is of mass ship jumping from Sprint. Was there a hidden question that I wasn't aware of?

95 voters said that there are nice selections on Sprint but liked the VZW iPhone offering. Yet, it said nothing whether they are already Sprint customers or not.

Is this a valid final result? If Phonearena is a proponent of the iPhone, that's fine, but someone like me that is 50 years old and an ex-Verizon subscriber, finds an exuberant amount of biased fixture here with that statement. It sounds almost like your baiting readers to jump ship rather than promote the poll as originally addressed.

I wouldn't use your power of the media to extrapolate false pretentious statements like this. It fragments reliability in reporting.

John B.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 10:33

2. clevername (Posts: 1436; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)

The article didn't say percent. It said 95 respondents. Just like the chart shows.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:55 1

15. vzwservesmewell (Posts: 29; Member since: 05 May 2010)

Slammer, try 4.49% of the respondents to the survey said they were Sprint customer's jumping ship for VZW iPhone while over 39% of the respondents said they were happy with Sprint and their EVO. What chart were you reading?

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 10:37 2

3. clevername (Posts: 1436; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)

I wouldn't jump ship just yet. Verizon's data speeds are just too slow for me and I'm one of those (evidently few) people that do use voice and data simultaneously all the time. Every day. The data speeds would slow those calls to a crawl compared to what I usually get.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 12:13 3

16. iwebdroidberry7 (Posts: 230; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)

At&t's speeds do you no good if you never have a good signal in the first place. And screw simultaneous voice and data. I don't understand why its such a big deal on the iPhone but not for any other smartphone get over yourself. Ive had At&t and they're just trash period.

Bring on the VZW iPhone!!

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 15:20 1

25. hawk62 (Posts: 320; Member since: 21 Nov 2009)

If he uses but data n talk, y do u question it? Just because your shit phone cant do it?

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 17:59 1

28. iwebdroidberry7 (Posts: 230; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)

I didn't question it dumb ass I was making a valid statement no one ever questions simultaneous voice and data with my Droid X.

posted on 18 Jan 2011, 03:40 1

39. ikandixclusive (Posts: 10; Member since: 07 Jan 2011)


posted on 18 Jan 2011, 09:33

43. clevername (Posts: 1436; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)

Well to answer questions, I rarely have service problems with att. Only when my work takes me to a wherehouse behind march air reserve base. It's about 100 yards from 2 radar towers and a little further from an air traffic tower. No one gets great service there. Other than that I get great service. And great speeds. Used to be 2-3 Mbps now it's 3-4 Mbps. The network has improved. And I use data and voice simultaneously because that's my work. I will be on calls on my Bluetooth and need to send or receive emails while I'm on the call with the person or I can look at a certain report at the same time the person on the other end lOoks at it from our phoenix office. It's invaluable.

And no one makes a big deal about it with the driod x because it can't do it. Ppl who need to do it don't get it. That simple.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 13:20 2

19. BobbyTaba (Posts: 316; Member since: 11 Aug 2010)

I have verizon and att. Verizon always is faster

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 10:45 1

4. Phullofphil (Posts: 801; Member since: 10 Feb 2009)

wow i think the evo is a nice phone but so is my droid x and i get way better battery life. Thats why i dont buy an htc. Usually horrible bat life. Dont see evo being iconic but its a good phone.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:13

12. cellgeek82 (Posts: 518; Member since: 20 Dec 2009)

Eh, wait till the Droid Bionic comes out. It has a huge battery, great form factor, 4G, video calling, and duel-core 1Ghz processor. I still like my iPhone but that phone would definatly be worth looking in to.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 18:15

30. E.N. (Posts: 2610; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)

Wait until June/July. That's when the iPhone 5 comes out with most likely a dual processor also but also the best Android phones of the year will probably be released around the same time like the Droid X and Evo were last year.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 10:49

5. Slammer (Posts: 1515; Member since: 03 Jun 2010)

I stand corrected in the percentage. However, the individuals that responded may not be Sprint subscribers. They very well may never have been. That is the point of my remark.
You can't take a piece of info like this and make it sound like Sprint has no interest amoung readers nor take in context that all 95 are Sprint subscribers. This forum garners thousands of readers, and it appeared that phonearena is sure 95 voters are going to leave Sprint.

John B.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:00

6. clevername (Posts: 1436; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)

That you are right about. The assumption from the chart is that 95 people are going to choose the vzw iPhone and leave sprint. A safer assumption is that 95 people wold choose it over sprint if those were the two choices they had.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:02

7. uguysrsheep (unregistered)

Att holding the iphone back??? r u kidding me?? Do u people know anything?? att data is 60% faster on average than VZW .. Big red will be holding back the iphone somthing serious.. Plus the iphone is old news android is way better in every aspect.. Get with the program iphone is dead any1 who has 1 either is a total douche or apple sheep.. baaaaaaaa

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:09 3

11. cellgeek82 (Posts: 518; Member since: 20 Dec 2009)

Yeah, can you believe that? Use the iPhone to its full power...on Verizon? It'll be slower on Verizon and you can't use voice and data simultaneously. AT&T allowed the iPhone to do everything it was built to do. Yes some citys have network issues but giving the technical aspect, it does more on AT&T. As for Personal Hotspot, the new update will allow all iPhones to have Personal Hotspot. Again, kudos to Verizon but I wouldn't get overhyped about it.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 15:22

26. hawk62 (Posts: 320; Member since: 21 Nov 2009)

They need to stop letting unreg ppl post. So we dont have to listen to losers like you. Now go ask mommy i u can get an iphone.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:03 3

8. cellgeek82 (Posts: 518; Member since: 20 Dec 2009)

Nope, wouldn't switch. Even though Verizon and AT&T have great coverage here, AT&T is cheaper, faster, and actually works a little better than Verizon. Most people in my city have AT&T anyway so I don't have to use minutes to call them. It wouldn't matter because I have Rollover Minutes. Now when the iPhone 5 comes out, we'll see who comes out on top then. You know that will be the big battle. Untill then, I'm staying with AT&T.

I'm sure people are going to hate. Hey, I like Verizon too but AT&T works better for me where I live. Kudos to Verizon getting the iPhone :)

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:07 1

9. clevername (Posts: 1436; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)

So true. Vzw may be better in some areas or better with voice and have more coverage but att's data is superior I constantly get better data speeds than what's even possible on the evdo network. Where I live att is reliable. I could care less about where it isn't.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 17:46 1

27. 2lazy2login (unregistered)

Let's be clear here. When you talk about AT&T's GSM network you are referring to their current evolutions as compared to the current evolutions of Sprint and VZW that use CDMA. CDMA could have been upgrade past the current lazy rev-a to both rev-b, rev-c and even rev-d. Those bumps are similar in respect to HSPA+ where each evolutionary upgrade increases the bandwidth. VZW and Sprint decided to stop evolving the REVs and develop a more comprehensive network.

CDMA is far superior to normal GSM, just like sony's betamax VS standard VHS cassettes back in the day. Betamax was clearly superior, but the globally adopted standard was VHS. CDMA can handle more calls over the same channels and is way more secure. WCDMA channels were adopted by GSM to emulate the security of CDMA to plug the wholes in the network security. There have been many reports by many white collar hackers stating that GSM is broken beyond repair.

Now carry-on.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:08 2

10. Tre-Nitty (Posts: 468; Member since: 16 Nov 2010)

I'll stay with AT&T........Verizon is overhyped hot garbage. Please don't tell me that i'm a hater because we have them for work it's absolutely terrible. Constant network drops on my laptop and slow speeds. I'm still pissed that we switched from Sprint to Verizon. They are completely a joke.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:22 2

14. cellgeek82 (Posts: 518; Member since: 20 Dec 2009)

I think most can agree that Verizon's advertisements are very "enticing". Meaning, they make their network look like something you're crazy to pass up. That doesn't mean they work perfect everywhere. I live in a large city but that doesn't mean Verizon is the best choice. AT&T is real famous here, because they work! When I lived in a small town Verizon was a major carrier aside of Alltel. Believe it or not Alltel had more customers and better service. Saying which carrier is better is just hype. People need to stop being company drones believing what the TV says to. If I were to move to a city with crap AT&T coverage I'd go to Verizon in a heartbeat.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 19:58

33. CRICKETownz (Posts: 980; Member since: 24 Oct 2009)

It's not just advertising...various 3rd party companies give Verizon's network the #1 rating not based on just one specific area but on a nationwide scale. So, Verizon backs up their "enticing" advertisements with results.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 11:14 2

13. Slammer (Posts: 1515; Member since: 03 Jun 2010)

That would be a better analysis. That would be more accurate. When media of news is highly looked at as information, it is crucial that wording be sufficient to convey polls more precisely.

I have colleagues that live outside of Sprint service. They would love to have Sprint so rather than saying: "Sprint sucks. It has no service in my area." They mostly always say: "It sucks that I can't Sprint in my area."

Which sounds better? Wording makes a huge difference. So just because some individuals can't get Sprint where they are, doesn't make the network bad. I have found in the 24 years I've owned cellphones, there is such thing as paying for too much coverage. I simply don't need it in every nook and cranny.

Sorry, just a huge pet peeve of mine.

John B.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 12:20

17. palm dev2.0 (unregistered)

Well I'm waiting for a Flagship from HP's camp where I live I'm lucky if I even get a bar with my T-mobile service i'm ready to switch to Verizon whenever they get a phone worth switching to

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 13:20 1

18. dsg_cobra (Posts: 35; Member since: 25 Nov 2009)

See this is whats sad, palm dev2.0 would rather have 1 bar and some phone he thinks is cool. rather than get on a superior network that is proven to be the most reliable network, So many people will choose a phone over network, its idiotic and sad.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 13:29

20. zackh121556 (unregistered)

I own a Motorola Droid 2 on Verizon but with phonearena not giving a answer for (Sticking with Android over ios) i chose the EVO, Come On phonearean learn from the other websites............................

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 14:01

21. asceticlee (unregistered)

The iPhone is old and played out. Android has taken over and I'm no fanboy of either network, but my job uses Verizon and it sucks in certain areas. I have AT&T and it works everywhere. I'm in PA and place like upper parts of Maryland don't have Verizon access. I'm also IT support and when I have to activate a Blackberry or Verizon aircard I have to drive 10 miles away to activate it when I'm in Maryland.

I'm currently using an iPhone 3gs that's jailbroken and a Samsung Captivate (Android). I'll stick with AT&T because by being jailbroke I can use it for tethering and talk on the phone at the same time. Try that on Verizon. It can't be done. Plus Verizon is to high and I like GSM networks better....be it T-mobile or AT&T.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 18:57

31. iwebdroidberry7 (Posts: 230; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)

I live in Maryland and its the direct opposite. And At&t costs nearly the same for less data.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 14:18

22. JeffdaBeat (unregistered)

My biggest problem with the poll is that other carriers and phones were included. The question is a yes or no question and yet we have 6 options.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 14:42 3

23. luxzy801 (Posts: 140; Member since: 16 Jun 2010)

I personally think that this survey was completely pointless. The main battle is going to be between at&t and Verizon. Sprint and T-Mo wont lose any customers, the reason why is because they had stayed with their carriers while others were switching to at&t for the iPhone, the ones that are left on Sprint and T-Mo wouldn't switch to Verizon for an iPhone just like they didn't switch to at&t.
Now between at&t and verizon, there is going to be a nice heated battle there and there are going to be losses on both sides. Verizon is going to start losing loyal customers just because they got rid of NE2 and now are going to center everything around the iPhone and alot of Verizon customers are going to leave for sprint or t-mo.
So I think that at&t will lose customers to the Verizon iPhone and Verizon is going to lose customers because of the Verizon iPhone.
I think that Sprint and T-Mobile are going to be the biggest winners as a result of the Verizon iPhone.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 20:22 1

36. CRICKETownz (Posts: 980; Member since: 24 Oct 2009)

Don't think the NE2 loss will be as big a deal as people think. 85% of the customers didn't even know they had the credit. The other 15% don't see that as a reason to drop a carrier b/c they no longer receive the additional off of the 2 year promotional pricing.

So what you are saying is that T-Mobile and Sprint will benefit the most from this situation? My question is what planet are you on? What would make you believe that the two most profitable wireless carriers in the country would make a move to profit the pockets of the two least carriers? If either T-Mobile or sprint haven't been leading in anything to date why would it be diff. now? The theories that float around on PA get more ridiculous each article.

posted on 18 Jan 2011, 12:39

44. luxzy801 (Posts: 140; Member since: 16 Jun 2010)

Actually, NE2 will be a big loss since it incorporated annual upgrades so they could keep up with the rate of GSM networks. See, with GSM networks such as TMO and at&t, you dont have to stick to their lineup, you can get an unlocked phone from ebay, purchase an unlocked phone directly from the manufacturers of get it from such retailers as Amazon, Tiger direct and so-on for 100-150 without extending your contract. With Verizon, you are not able to do that, you can only get Verizon phones, and if you lost your phone, you can either get a 4 year old phone for 50 dollars or you pay a fortune on eBay for a Droid, not to mention paying full price for a phone directly from Verizon.
And I think that I already explained why I believe that TMO and Sprint would benefit. But since you missed that part, let me explain it again...
Verizon has survived 4 years since the iPhone came out, all the original people that wanted an iPhone already switched to at&t and their loyal customers are still left buying other phones and can give a crap less about the iPhone. Now that Verizon got the iPhone, they are going to center everything around it and neglect everyone else that has purchased other phones and has been loyal to them, because of that, the loyalty factor is going to drop.
These people dont care about the iPhone, but with Verizon and at&t, it is everywhere you look, you see it and it is being pushed in your face as soon as you walk into the carriers store.
So without wanting to go to at&t because of the same attitude towards a piece of equipment that they can care less about, they are going to go to either sprint or tmo.
So, as I have said, there is going to be a big battle for iPhone customers between at&t and Verizon while sprint and tmo are going to enjoy the steady flow of customers that are tired of the iPhone nonsense and want a company that will appreciate what they are buying and not stuff a product that they care less about down their throats as at&t does.
By the way, im on earth, HI!!!, Space travel has not evolved to that point yet!

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 14:53

24. Slammer (Posts: 1515; Member since: 03 Jun 2010)


There were 95 votes cast for the Sprint category. According to phonearena's written ditorial, they claim all 95 jumping ship. This differs from the 4.49% listed in the category.
So my beef is that they elevated the amount in written context which could have a direct impact on how individuals perceive Sprint and their subscriber's satisfaction while the chart shows otherwise. I don't usually like to knitpick, however, how many of those 4.49% are reps of different carriers casting ballot for the sake of offsetting the polls? This goes without saying in the other categories as well.

John B.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 18:06 1

29. Whateverman (Posts: 3262; Member since: 17 May 2009)

If simultanious voice/data usage is a big issue, there is always the voice/wifi option. And for those who still believe ATT is still cheaper, don't forget VZW has a $69.99 plan with unlimited SMS/data 1400 mins and friends and family. Not a bad deal at all!

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 19:56

32. Setting things straight (unregistered)

Pricing: AT&T and Verizon pricing are identical and anyone who knows anything about carriers would remember AT&T playing copy cat when Verizon launched their new price plans. In fact Verizon edges AT&T out because they still offer unlimited data.

Coverage: Does anyone really dispute Verizon having the best nationwide coverage? If it wasnt for Verizon Sprint wouldnt have far less coverage because most of their roaming agreements are with Verizon. Sure there are some places that Verizon doesnt offer the best coverage but nationwide there is no question. Fact is Verizon has set a standard in which their towers are built with backup generators and batteries to those backup generators that allows them to work through many natural disasters that other carriers crumble under.

Data Speeds: Yes it's true Verizon probably has the slowest 3G data speeds but they again offer by far the most nationwide coverage. Verizon LTE 4G is the industry speed leader and will continue to grow.

Lastly I really want to know how many of you really think that being able to surf the web while talking is that big of a selling point? I have never ever ran acrossed a time in my life that I have needed to do this nor has anyone else that I know of. So for you 1% of the population that needs this please by all means stay with AT&T.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 20:01

34. JeffdaBeat (unregistered)

Actually, before the acquisition of Alltel, Verizon's map looked a lot like Sprint. But both companies showed their maps with Alltel's roaming agreement added in. Now, of course Verizon has the best network out there...but then so does Sprint since they both piggy backed off the same company for a while...

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 20:09

35. Whateverman (Posts: 3262; Member since: 17 May 2009)

That's what it may have looked like on the maps, but as a former Sprint customer that's not what I saw on my phone. It wasnt horrible, but it sure wasn't like VZW's covearge and it still isnt.

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 21:14 1

37. Androidlur (unregistered)

If I do switch it will be solely for the poor connections on T-Mobile. I live in the greater bay area and there is no excuse for T-mobile not have connections inside at time which is sort of embarrassing with T-Mobile advertising their 4G!! I have been a T-mobile customer for over 10 years and I am starting to get really annoyed with poor to no connectivity. Also T-Mobie prices are not as good as past years and they have become one of the most expensive carrier.

posted on 18 Jan 2011, 04:28

41. ikandixclusive (Posts: 10; Member since: 07 Jan 2011)

i like that! i use to have t-mobile but w/o being able to place a signature on text, and then no service and i was with them for two year spent over $5,000 in cellphone service for two years for nothing, so i switched and rather give my business to a company that actually provides services :)

posted on 18 Jan 2011, 04:29

42. ikandixclusive (Posts: 10; Member since: 07 Jan 2011)

i like that! i use to have t-mobile but w/o being able to place a signature on text, and then no service and i was with them for two year spent over $5,000 in cellphone service for two years for nothing, so i switched and rather give my business to a company that actually provides services :)

posted on 17 Jan 2011, 21:30

38. Slammer (Posts: 1515; Member since: 03 Jun 2010)

Setting things straight,

As a consumer of the wireless industry for over 23 years, I have found that the hype revolving around coverage is misleading. While it is true that Verizon has great coverage around the nation, I have found that roughly 60% of Verizon's customers don't need it.

This means that they are paying more for something they don't need. Over the years, VZW has pushed the coverage card onto the population when carriers didn't have presence in cities. Today, most of the carriers have service blanketed in metropolitan cities and surrounding areas. This is where most of the demographical population frequents. I travel and have very rarely been without service with my carrier and I save cash every month. Yes, there are those that wish they could use my carrier of choose due to the price plans. Unfortunately, they are forced to pay the higher price just to have service in their area. However, the others simply purchase on misleading information and lack of knowing exactly what they need. They have relied on the heavy marketing. I wish people could step back, take a breather and re-evaluate the true scope of the landscape. What is, may not what needs to be.

While I don't personally like ATT for reasons I feel are irrelevant, they have been thrown under the bus in the coverage issue. They pretty much have it where most individuals travel. And again, many don't need their coverage either.

It's funny how people will go into a shopping market and not buy something because they don't need it. Yet they will just throw hundreds of dollars away a year to a carrier for an option they probably won't use.

Just expressing my opinion from mine and my friends and family experiences over the years. Savvy shopping saves dollars.

John B.

posted on 18 Jan 2011, 03:53 1

40. ikandixclusive (Posts: 10; Member since: 07 Jan 2011)

well the iphone has been out for 4 years, funny thing is the iphone 4 is a year old almost, and the funny thing is there is a white iphone 4 and GUESS WHAT verizon is not getting it, it was a Offer that was made to VERIZON first and there dumb selfs declined it and they see it made at&T a multi- even more millionaire company thay had to jump on the bandwagon and now they wanna get the iphone 4 ha! real funny... but the thing is the iphone in WHITE comes out in SPRING and it will be ready for AT&t only i betcha verizon wont get to get the white one. Verizon knows that they lost so much business to the iphone they had to join the crowd.... do you see SPRINT, TMOBILE jumping on the iphone NO.. that phone is sooo powerful it will knock out a whole damn town and then you cant make any calls or nothing and you think verizon got the best network now... wait until it gets over flooded with all those customers using the same thing just like when the internet on verizon did not work... lol that iphone is way to powerful for verizon if they know what is good for them they would leave it with AT&T!!!

posted on 18 Jan 2011, 17:57 1

45. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)

Why the F would I want a Iphone anyway. IF I were to move to Verizon it would be the Bionic 4G LTE phone

posted on 03 Feb 2011, 08:58

51. tacoslaad (Posts: 8; Member since: 15 Dec 2010)

yea, i honestly do not see the draw when both carriers have android phones, if you use both how can you choose the iphone? i mean apple has done some great things, dont get me wrong, but the iphone isnt one of them.

posted on 19 Jan 2011, 11:43

46. furface (unregistered)

Sounds like bunch of Verizon f faces are trying to get ppl to switch to Verizon when everyone is happy with what they have.. find something better to do maybe work on your communication skills or maybe let your mama teach you some manors

posted on 19 Jan 2011, 11:45

47. furface (unregistered)

Sounds like bunch of Verizon f faces are trying to get ppl to switch to Verizon when everyone is happy with what they have.. find something better to do maybe work on your communication skills or maybe let your mama teach you some manors

posted on 19 Jan 2011, 20:20

48. MayorMcJustin (unregistered)

Enjoy your CDMA iPhone that cant be use worldwide, cant multi task, has slow web speed, and NOT use 4g that Verizon boasts that they have. Boo Hoo.

posted on 20 Jan 2011, 22:25

49. Phone User (unregistered)

Guys, I have two phones with me always. One on VZW that is my own phone and then I had a BB on ATT from work. I always was abe to make calls and whatever from my own phone and the B sounded like it was about to break voice quality socked. Late last year they gave us BBs from VZW and I can finally understand the person on the other end. So for the past four years I had BBs from work that were on both systems and the one on VZW is much better. No IPhone fan and not planning on getting Apple phone I am going for Android next with my private phone.

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