All, I've posted about network switches with new phone releases in the past (like here). Currently on a Verizon iPhone 6. Have been on AT&T and Verizon for years each. Will be getting the iPhone 7. In my area: - Rootmetrics: no report on my city. At a glance, Verizon appears better by heat mapping. A city an hour away places Verizon over AT&T. - OpenSignal: At a glance, Verizon appears better by heat mapping. Certainly looks like an easy decision. In my previous thread, there was conversation about in-building penetration and pros/cons for each network. I understand that things have changed since that thread years ago. I spend much of my time in "solid" buildings -- hospitals, etc. Phone is GPS when traveling. Verizon, at home, has been around ~1 bar in the last couple years, with rare actual issues on voice calls. Don't know what AT&T would be here. I previously had weird issues with portions of multi-part texts going missing or non-Roman characters not showing, but I haven't seen those issues in a long time. Pricing for the kind of data I use on a cell network is similar. So with all this, is there anything that'd make you consider a switch to AT&T? Just looking for discussion -- Verizon has overall been solid, but next month would be the time to switch if I switch at all.