Been with AT&T for 8 years since the original iPhone but 2 years ago I bought an iPad Mini Retina w/ cellular LTE on Verizon because I knew that Verizon had better coverage in the Colorado mountains and wanted to be able to use it on the drive up skiing/boarding in the winter. My wife and I have always been on off years for upgrades, so one of us was always under contract when new models came out and this year isn't any different as last year I bought the 6 Plus and she still has her 5. However, she is ready for a 6 or 6S as her battery life has finally tanked. I was all set to get her a 6S on next and change from her 3GB plan and my grandfathered unlimited to a Mobile Share Plan. I would be charged the higher price of $40 per month for my device while hers would be $25 plus the phone installment. And yet we would still save money. But then I thought about switching to Verizon. She could get a 6S, I could get a 6S Plus and with both phones smartphone charge, my iPad Mini joining the sharing instead of paying a separate data charge, and 6GB of data (we never use more than 3-4 between all three devices) I would be paying around what I pay now. AND THAT INCLUDES THE EDGE PHONE INSTALLMENT PORTION TOO!! So I am considering ordering two new phones for Verizon tonight and switching from AT&T. One of the big reasons I didn't switch generations ago besides the off cycle upgrades we have is that before Verizon iPhones couldn't do Voice and Data but I think that changed with the 5 or 5S. Any reason not to do it? I do have a $215 ETF with AT&T but Apple replaced my 6 Plus a week ago because it was an early production model with the recall camera issue, so it is mint right now. Once I pay the ETF, AT&T has to unlock it for me, and I can probably get $400-$550 for it. It's a white and silver 64GB 6 Plus. Thanks for the feedback. I'd really like to know whether the move to Verizon will be a good idea. Also, would you go with the Verizon Edge or Apple iPhone Upgrade Program?