Wednesday, January 12, 2011

iPhone: Switching Carriers, Depends On Where You live

Before Tuesday, the thought of choosing between Whig carriers to get your iPhone would not have been possible. Now that you can get the iPhone from Verizon or AT&T, there is much you have to consider.

And no, you don't automatically go with Verizon. In this post from Yahoo News, one of the analysts made an important point.

You get the iPhone where you have the best signal between the two carriers.

And if you already have one, it depends on where you live. If you're in an urban area with a high concentration of iPhones using the AT&T network, you might consider taking a look at Verizon if you are having a hard time getting calls though or have connection issues.

However, if you're doing alright in a less dense area with lesser concentration of iPhones, AT&T's superior network would be a better pick.

Where I live, I see iPhones just about everywhere. Going with Verizon might be a smarter choice.

- Posted using BlogPress from my iPod touch

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