If it is a 5 year exclusivity contract, and it was signed in 2007, then you'll have to wait only 2 more years, carp. Like Michael, I haven't had any problems with AT&T, but having choice would be nice.
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MacBozo and Yoyo . . . my problems have been a weak signal at home which forces me to keep my land line. There are only certain areas of the house we can use our cells- sometimes they drop. I've also experienced very slow response times around town on some iPhone activities... this is fairly new . But AT&T promised when they took over Cingular there'd be improvements in signal strength and availability - that was 2 years ago and I haven't seen ANY !
I'm really waiting for Clear to get into my neighborhood... I'm going to jump on that 4G wireless for my laptop like the speed of light ! . . won't affect my iPhone though.
Can't - 2 of our 4 phones on the plan are iPhones.
or I would have a year or 2 ago. That's why I was hoping Verizon or someone else could offer iPhones after AT&T's exclusive agreement the last 3 years. We heard rumors of an upcoming Verizon phone - guess they were bogus !
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Same here in the Washington Metropolitan and Northern Virginia area three iPhones great connections. No dropped calls,3g connections are outstanding. My son drives me nuts when he plugs his iPhone into my Blazer watching cartoons/music videos/and other crap on YouTube for hours while driving. How I pray for a bad connections at times
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