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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by shanmugam, Oct 17, 2011.
yup, iPhone 4S which carrier you choose?
please vote guys, apple would not give the break of carrier share
we can do a guesstimate
guess, ATT will win out easily with HSPA+
I went with Sprint (joined my parents). I will most likely be switching back to AT&T on Wednesday when my local store gets more iPhones in.
bump vote more ...
I went with Verizon. With my 4, AT&T was a nightmare of dropped calls and spotty coverage, although I don't know how much that might have been fixed by the new antenna design. Verizon's 3G data is slower in speed tests but what I care about is real-world performance and the Verizon phone pulls up web pages just as fast as my old AT&T 4 did. It's slower with downloads (apps, music etc) but I rarely do that on 3G anyway and streaming music works just fine.
Went with Verizon here
looks like 50% or more for ATT ...
Verizon, AT&T was just too expensive for me.
Verizon. Didn't want to lose our unlimited plan.
I'm staying with Verizon because of the grandfathered unlimited data and monthly discount.
AT&T. If an LTE iPhone comes out this time next year then I may consider hopping over to Verizon since they have pretty good service in this area as well.
Grandfathered voice plan = $29.99/month
Grandfathered texting plan = $5/month
2GB data plan = $25/month
Total bill = $59.99/month (before taxes and fees)
Not a bad bill compared to most iphone users. This is the ONLY reason I decided to stick with ATT.
I'm on Sprint and have been for years. ATT is terrible in the hilly terrain of Southern California and Sprint has always worked great here. Download speeds are fine and voice coverage is flawless. I also get 25% off my bill, so it is waaaay cheaper than other carriers for me.
So is this poll for people who bought new phones with new providers? If you're including people who upgraded then it becomes a totally different measurement.
this is specific for iPhone 4S
how do I add/edit c-sprie to the poll?
looked like from the news, we hit the right 56%