Except the iPhone. There are a few low end Android devices that can't do both at the same time as well. Those that are able to do it, do so at a higher battery life cost as it requires the use of two LTE radios.As for the voice and data, Verizon can now do voice and data with any LTE phone.
Yes. Speed varies too much based on circumstances. But AT&T's coverage is so bad where I live. About half that as Verizon.Pick the carrier with the best coverage in your area. To be honest, I think AT&T has a slightly faster network, but in certain parts of the country, Verizon has better coverage.
That is false.As for the voice and data, Verizon can now do voice and data with any LTE phone.
That is false.
You cannot do that with any LTE phone on verizon.
The iphone 5, 5S and 5C are all LTE phones and cannot do calls and use data at the same time on the Verizon network.
I don't live in the boonies and AT&T still has horrible coverage in my area. Verizon on the other hand, has amazing coverage. Only downside is Verizon is greedy as hell with their plans.Unless you live in the boonies and require Verizon's rural coverage, I would go with AT&T for faster 3G speeds and simultaneous talk/surf
I've got AT&T in NYC and I'm mostly satisfied with their service. I haven't had a dropped call in years and data is around 15mbs down and 7mbs up on average. However, if too many people are in one area--like a festival or concert then the network is completely unusable.Anyone here with AT&T in NYC?