So, I'm currently on an older AT&T family plan with 3 phones, 2 of which are grandfathered on unlimited data. Also, 2 of my 3 phones are eligible for new 2-year contracts, and the 3rd will become available for that in December. I could also opt to switch over to one of the new mobile data share plans, if I wanted to, and buy the new phones with Next. I ran the numbers and it makes the most sense, financially, to go with the 1st option, plus I'd keep "unlimited" data on 2 lines, which would be nice (yes, I know that they're not truly unlimited data - they're more like 5GB plus unlimited slow data after that). But I'm also thinking (as I do every so often) about the possibility of switching from AT&T to Verizon. I live in the suburbs north of Hartford, CT, and I know that Verizon is considered to have the best network in this area. But AT&T hasn't been awful. Most of the time when I drive around, I have a signal with AT&T and very rarely do I actually hit a dead zone. But if Verizon truly is a bit better, I might be willing to pay a bit more monthly for that better service. Now, the signal in my house is poor with AT&T (0 to 1 bars), but with Verizon it's only 1-2 bars, so still not usable. So I use an AT&T Microcell in my house, and if I switched to Verizon I'd buy their version of the same thing (it's too bad that neither AT&T or Verizon are supporting the iPhone 6's Wi-Fi calling feature at launch). So the purpose of this thread is to hear some opinions from others, ideally others who switched from AT&T to Verizon (or vice versa) with their take on what's better or worse about Verizon vs AT&T. I'm looking for opinions about service quality, customer service, useful features that one offers that the other doesn't, etc. If anyone has personal experience using both AT&T's Microcell and Verizon's femtocell device (made by Samsung), I'd also be interested in hearing your experiences with them, and if one seemed more reliable than the other. My AT&T Microcell works great when it's working, but I've had occasions where my iPhone is no longer using it and is instead attempting to use the weak tower outside, where I'm only getting 1 bar of coverage.