I was very skeptical when I decided to buy an iPhone, because I wasn't sure whether O2 would provide as good coverage or customer service as Vodafone. I also thought the iPhone's gadget appeal would wear off.
That was two months ago.
The iPhone is brilliant. All this tosh about EDGE not being as fast as 3G makes no sense, because the iPhone delivers an amazing user experience. What I like most about is how it syncs with my PC. And because I'm well over 40 and my eyesight is fading, the easy to view screen is a big plus too. The real reason to get one is, of course, the touch screen. It is so far ahead of anything else out there, Nokia and Samsung must be kicking themselves.
In fact, I'd go as far as to say that if you read about anyone knocking the iPhone, then they obviously don't own one.
Sorry to sound like an ad for Apple, but you should never believe anything you read in the Daily Mail. The iPhone is the mutt's nuts. An expected bonus was lower roaming charges when surfing abroad as well as a lower monthy cost. I've had absolutely no problems with network availability or slow download speeds. Thank you, 02.
If I had one complaint about the iPHone it is that not enough is being done to sell it in Europe.