AT&T vs. Verizon iPhone

Finally. Another national player gets into the iPhone game. I love the iPhone but like most who do, I hate my AT&T plan. I’m struck with it until September 2011, but I will be watching how Verizon handles the iPhone roll out and its pricing plan. Like most smartphone billing plans, the range generally begins at $100-150 a month. My AT&T bill is getting out of hand, though I now use my iPhone to connect to my laptop at home through something called tethering. Great technology, and it helps me get rid of my Internet provider. The new Verizon iPhone may have a hotspot feature which would allow you connect the iPhone up to five other Internet devices. That would be awesome. I’ll definitely will be watching how Verizon unfolds the iPhone and how it takes care of its customer demand and service. I’ll let you know when my contract is up with AT&T. I can’t wait, but with those ridiculous termination fees, I’ll just have to.

Mashable has a great comparison chart of the iPhone: AT&T vs. Verizon. Are you looking forward the Verizon iPhone? Feel free to comment below.


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2 Responses to AT&T vs. Verizon iPhone

  1. sean808080 says:

    i suspect the verizon plan will cost more than at&t. it’d be quite surprising if verizon came in cheaper. the way i look at it. the more people flee at&t for verizon, the better at&t service will be.

  2. Phil Velez says:

    I did not think of it in the sense that AT&T would then become a better network, but it is likely. It’s all about the data plans. We’ll see how it all plays out.

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