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He does not like to rock the boat and got a dell by default. We ( the engineers ) are required to maintain our own laptops, so conforming to IT was not the issue. I think he was a little embarrassed when it did not work as the 8Gb of RAM and a 64bit OS was my only request. I am very happy with my Macbook Pro. I think more people in the organization will get them now. Many of the sales forces has them as home ( or personal ) computers.... To me, the real game changes is...
This is what I am seeing as well..... For the first time, employees are putting a great deal pf pressure on IT departments to support iPhones and iPads. Most of the executives in our company either have an iPad or are thinking about getting one. I am in engineering sales support and I bought one to better support my customers when I am in the field. Recently another engineer bought one. Our engineering manager is now looking into supplying them to all of the...
At least someone got the humor....
But i want it now!!!!
This actually makes sense to me. Most people on Verizon who have an iPhone are probably first time iPhone users. There did not appear to be a huge number of people dumping AT&T for Verizon who already had an iPhone. As a result, I think the Verizon customers are playing with their "new Toy" more because it is new to them. After the new wears off most people use their smartphone less... Of course this is just an opinion and speculation, but I think it is a...
Unless the Galaxy SII has 4G capability......
I agree... Our only hope is that: Sprint will survive and grow. ( It is possible with this new Verizon pricing ) or Sprint goes under and AT&T Buys T-Moble and the US gov decides to break up ( or regulate ) the resulting 2 carrier monopoly....
Actually, what they have publicly stated is that you can upgrade your phone to a 4G phone without losing your unlimited for $30.00 plan. However, if you add a line ( to a family plan ) or upgrade a feature phone to a smart phone you will lose your unlimited plan. They go further to say that if you already have a 4G phone, you can get unlimited tethering for $30.00 per month.The last part is what caught my eye tough. It said that existing customers would be able to keep...
I do not expect Verizon to allow people to remain on the unlimited plan for more that a year or two. I suspect that as soon as your contract expires, you will be forced to the new plan....
I'll go to Sprint. I am fine with a high end Android phone. I have an original Droid now... I had them for a couple of years. They are ok in my area. Better coverage than AT&T but not as good as Verizon. If Sprint has any sense at all it will launch a massive ad blitz to try and catch a bunch of new smart phone customers....( To be honest I do not think they are that smart)
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