I'm trying to decide whether to switch from AT&T to Verizon so I searched the forums here to see other's thoughts. I've read several threads about people's experiences with Verizon and I still can't decide! I've heard nightmares about Verizon and their billing practices, but I always pay attention to my bills and would be a thorn in their side until they were correct. Anyway, I am still undecided because I think switching would pretty much be a wash but thought I might come here for some feedback. Currently on AT&T, we have FamilyTalk Nation 1400 with Rollover for $80 plus an additional $9.99 per phone, so for two iPhones it's $89.99. We pay $30.00 per iPhone for unlimited data (we haven't been throttled yet, *knock on wood*). Messaging is $5 for 200 texts on hubby's phone and $15 for 1500 messages on mine, although hubby has gone over a time or two in the 2 years he's had a texting plan I never even approach 1500. Total bill before taxes and fees currently with AT&T is $169.99. We have unlimited data so I've been reluctant to switch but we never use 1400 voice minutes, most of our calls are mobile to mobile or A List calls, I think we have close to 15,000 rollover minutes at this point! LOL! I'm not concerned about the voice, whether we keep what we have or go with unlimited share plans on either service. The hubby is paranoid to switch because he doesn't want to lose unlimited data but we don't use more than what is offered with the share plans now. If I look at recent usage reports for data over the past 6 months, the most hubby has used is 4.7 GB, with most months running closer to around 3 GB. The most data I've used is 2.6 GB with most months running closer to 1.8 - 2 GB. So combining the most data both of us have used in the last 6 months, we could potentially use 7.3 GB of data in a month. If we switch our plan to AT&T's Mobile Share, it would be $90 for 6GB plus $35 per phone for $160 or $120 for 10GB plus $30 per phone for $180. I wish they had something between 6 and 10, I'm afraid we could go over 6 but don't think we would ever approach 10. Switching to this plan would also give me the ability to use my phone as a hotspot for my iPad which could come in handy from time to time but wouldn't be something I would use regularly, at least I don't think I would but if I had the option I might....... If we completely ditch AT&T and switch to Verizon, their Share Everything plans are really very similar to AT&T's Mobile Share except they do offer an 8GB data option. Verizon's plan with 6GB of data would be $80 plus $40/phone, or $160, same as the total for AT&T 6GB Mobile Share. With 8GB of data, it would be $90 + $40/phone, or $170, and this isn't an option with AT&T. With 10GB of data, it would be $100 + $40/phone, or $180, same as the total for AT&T 10GB Mobile Share. Ugh! This is why we can't decide! Do we lose unlimited and go with Verizon? Verizon does offer better coverage with less dropped calls locally but we've just grown accustomed to the dropped calls after two years. When we switch to the iPhone 5, will we use more data because it will be faster? I don't know and won't know until we get the phone. Because it's faster, we might do more with it. Plus, if we get the faster phones, will that trigger throttling from AT&T on our unlimited plans so we'll hate it so much we'll have to switch to Mobile Share anyway? See, I am the most indecisive person in the world who happens to be married to the second most indecisive person in the world, only he doesn't care that much about the technology. As long as he can stream his music he'll be happy, that's why he uses as much data as he does, he pretty much streams Spotify many hours per day. Anyway, I guess I'm just looking for opinions as I'm out of ideas. All I know is that I want a new phone! LOL! Wow, this post got really long. Hopefully somebody can give me some feedback that will trigger something to make me decide!