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Verizon vs AT&T in San Francisco!


To begin with I am sorry for the rant, but the other day a client told me to please not call him from my AT&T iPhone because of dropped calls; a friend of mine calls this getting “AT&T’d”.  Not surprisingly it was the end of the end of my  3 year relationship with AT&T.

Yes, I had to buy a new iPhone 4 through Verizon for $200, but I was able to sell my AT&T iPhone 4 for $300 on Craigslist…easily.  Because I had complained to AT&T a few times I was able to get my early termination reduced by 50% costing me about $100, so really the change over didn’t cost anything.

Also, I’ve got to say AT&T’s desire to purchase T-Mobile is galling considering the poor service AT&T already offers.  It seems like AT&T made the business decision to stop putting money into their 3G service a year or two back perhaps in anticipation of their future 4G offering, which makes business sense I suppose, but clearly underlines the decision that their customers do not come first.

It’s been a week, and Verizon’s cell service is remarkably better.  I’m no longer getting AT&T’d.


  • sprintcust

    A DATE on this comment would be nice? how old is iphone4. is this still relevant. darnit internet , date every post!!!!

    • You make a good point! I switched to Verizon 5 years ago. I actually recently switched to Google Fi recently. Seems like good service for about $50/month less (two people on the account). Good luck!



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