I have the 10GB share everything plan, which gives me a $25 bill credit when I use EDGE. Decided on the 6 Plus because of resale value, and because I was worried in two years most Android phones would be slow like my S3 was for me a come mid 2014. The issue I have with iOS: RAM. There is not enough RAM. Seriously this 6 Plus keeps killing my apps so much. It's so bad I killed everything but Safari and USAA (bank). I needed to copy my routing and account number to make a payment at chase (has terrible app). Every single time I tried the second I went back to the web browser USAA would be killed and I'd have to login all over again. That annoyed the hell out of me. What I like about iOS/iPhone 6 Plus: Battery life is so much better than my sisters S5 (owned it for 2 months while she was away in basic training then sold it). Skype. Not only are all the status supported (Away, Do not Disturb) but I get notified when people send me an IM. iOS Mail app - Love how it shows all my mail accounts, pulls mail very quickly, and unlike the stock Samsung mail app it doesn't show me only one account unless I manually select show all. That annoyed me. I have 10+ emails for work, and I need to be able to refresh them all at once. On my the S5 Skype was so buggy it was unreal. I wouldn't get notifications, the app would crash, and sometimes it would freeze in the middle of conversation. Seriously though the 6 Plus' battery life is amazing. I use this more than my tablets (iPad Mini and Ellipsis 7), because the battery is still at 55-59% at 6am when I go to sleep. I work night shift, and having a phone with this kind of battery life is amazing. I miss being able to root and change ROMs even if the ROM's were buggy and usually unstable (having to pull battery in S3). Also while I can play MKV's use moliplayer on this iPhone, it was easier when I could use VLC, Mxplayer, etc. I also miss Poweramp, nothing beats native FLAC support. It sucks having to convert to ALAC. Loved how easy I could watch my Chinese Cartoons on the S5, but it's still easy to on the 6 Plus, moliplayer allows me to FTP the files. Just sucks I have to use iTunes occasionally, really prefer Drag and Drop via Windows Explorer. Oh but torrenting the file from kickass using uTorrent on Android was so awesome. God Android would be perfect with better battery life. So is there an Android phone with a similar battery life to the 6 Plus, at least 1080p, on Verizon, and that if I EDGE up on won't be terribly slow come January 2017? If so, comment down below. Thanks to anyone for reading.