Originally Posted by easy288
And guess who will ultimately pay for the $3 to $4 billion failed merger costs? You guessed it, AT&T customers. I already expect the annual January $3 increase for my landline, just like the...
Originally Posted by tylerk36
Actually AT&T has the most dropped calls.
Can't you hear me now?
Nope...Sprint does. What is sad is that Sprint is also 6 times slower. Yeah....they say they won't throttle your...
Another unscientific survey from Consumer Reports where unconfirmed participants compare apples to oranges. AT&T has far more iPhone users than the rest of the providers combined (many on this survey do not even support the iPhone)....
Originally Posted by slapppy
Perhaps the fact that Data and Calls can't work hand in hand with Verizon. I've seen too many clients getting pissed when in the middle of a session and a phone call cuts them out.
Originally Posted by Giffen
If the LTE iPhone comes out in June AT&T won't have much of an LTE network by then, so I would expect a mass exodus to Verizon who already covers almost the entire nation.
There's a flaw with...
Originally Posted by maccherry
Notice how Appleinsider makes us scroll through a ton of ads before getting to the articles?
...and that's why it is free for us to "use". Every company has a right to make...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
The 4G race is further muddied by the fact that the International Telecommunications Union has specified that actual 4G standards must reach 100 Mbps mobile broadband speeds, which won't reach...
Originally Posted by iKol
And 720P by some is considered HD. Not buying this rationale.
Well, I agree that 1080P is better than 720P. But I would also say that HSPA+ is a "generation" ahead of CDMA.
Under the old...