iPhone to Verizon

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  1. Rainstar182

    Rainstar182 New Member

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    Well. I've seen allot stuff around the internet thats like... Since AT&T has lost allot of calls they might switch to Verizon. And they all say that Verizon has more 3G stops. Well all of the other spots that dont have 3G, either have 2G or Edge. Like, OMG THIS SPOT DOESNT HAVE 3G IT HAS 2G. IM GONNA HAVE TO WAIT ANOTHER 3 SECONDS FOR MY GAME TO LOAD CRAP! So my question is who don't they move to Verizon?
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    FailSafeIsntSafe New Member

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    Apple has a contract with AT&T. i think it ends sometime in 2010. lets hope Verizon steps in.
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    brendanm New Member

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    My friends in the U.S claim Verizon is the most reliable carrier, and I don't doubt it. They're taking over, basically.

    AT&T was all hype, they're the first with the iPhone.
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    yes i have Verizon and i have not had any problems a few years ago i had at&t since as long as i can remember before the they bought cingular and it was grate but when at&t bought them out thats when i got alot of problems with dropped calls and bad service so made the switch to Verizon and haven't had any complains...
    sure at&t has the fastest 3G network but whats the use of having a fast 3G network when you cant use it ?
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    They have the fastest 3G Network because it only reaches a few people LOL

    Yeah, your right, my friend. Verizon seems to be at the top of it's game...
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    Bl00dr4g3 New Member

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    Verizon is the best. My cousin got the Droid and my other cousin had a iPhone 3G. We tested the speed of the 3G with the Droid and it was more than ten times faster then the iPhones 3G.
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    Awesome.

    I really hope Verizon gets the iPhone.

    An iPhone runs better on the nations most reliable network, not fastest.
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    You never really know what network is the most reliable, it varies between states and areas over-all... With that said, you could only compare to each area.

    Verizon does seem to get the best rep though...
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    I've had Verizon for a long time. No doubt, they're a great service provider.

    However, after switching to AT&T for the iPhone, I haven't had one problem with the network.
    No, I don't live in New York. But still... People are saying terrible things about AT&T. I haven't had one problem.

    AT&T has been working very well, fast, and covers me with 3G wherever I go. So I'm happy.

    I guess the only thing that would make me want Verizon is cheaper plans.
    If Verizon gets it, I'm sure AT&T will lower them. Actually... I'm not too sure.

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    For me, AT&T is pretty good. Except when i was 20,000ft in the mountains close to flagstaff

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