I have the AT&T 4S 64GB black. I am not the biggest fan of AT&T, as with my 3GS it dropped tons of calls in the DC metro area. But I find the reception much better with the 4S and it's new antenna algorithms. I do data much more than talk, though, so I wanted the 14.4 HSPA+, vice EV-DO Rev. A, so I avoided Verizon or Sprint, although I'm a big Sprint fan. My girlfriend has the Sprint 4S and her data is painfully slow.I would like to see what carrier are people using for their iPhone ? Which iPhone you have ?
Also how is your service ?
I have sprint, 4s and I get great service but Internet can be faster though.
You know, I'm 100% with you on this...these are the EXACT reasons I stuck with AT&T, begrudgingly, even though I wanted to change carriers and dump them.Here are the reasons I stuck with AT&T even though their coverage isn't as good as Verizon's in my area:
1. Rollover minutes. I've accrued nearly 4,000 in the past 3 years.
2. Fastest data speeds.
3. The upgrade eligibility dates are sooner.
4. Simultaneous voice and 3G data.
5. This reason no longer applies since I have a 4S, but it was another valid reason why I stuck with AT&T and didn't switch to Verizon when they came out with the iPhone 4 last February: worldwide coverage.
Erm. I'll look into it and give you a more correct answer. o2 occasionally allow cheaper upgrade options, but you still have to pay a lot of money. The UK, since the recession has become extremely expensive. The cost of living has skyrocketed.How does it compare to the upgrade eligibility in the U.S.? The total value of the low-end model is $650. We get a $450 discount on the device and pay $200. We are eligible for full subsidization every 17 months (single plan) with AT&T. It's every 12 months for the primary account holder on a family plan.