AT&T finally getting into the Android game
Right now I have AT&T and Verizon because I just can't part ways with my iPhone. If AT&T comes up with a top notch Android device I will have to consider dropping Verizon and stick with one line with AT&T. Gotta love sim cards.
Anyone else out there waiting for AT&T?
- 01-07-2010, 11:48 AM #2
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- 01-10-2010, 01:36 PM #11
Do yourself a favor and drop AT&T and VZW, both are ridiculously expensive.
If you love the Iphone so much just get an Itouch. It makes zero sense to have two wireless carriers unless you just have nothing else to blow your money on. I sold my Iphone to get a Hero and Sprint. I'll never look back especially when I have basically unlimited everything and two lines for under $125. Well not unlimited minutes (1500) but we have unlimited mobile to mobile on any network. Just can't beat it, and I get great coverage.
Lets please keep this thread on track and not get into my carrier is better than yours. Other threads exist for that as this thread is for AT&T getting Android devices.
- 01-10-2010, 02:06 PM #13
- 01-11-2010, 11:12 AM #14
Palm Treo 680 on AT&T here. Was waiting on the Palm Pre but now thinking of an Android phone. I'd like it to be the N1, but that's not on the horizon, and the Pre is VERY vaguely asserted by AT&T to be "sometime in the first half". I get a good discount on AT&T from work and mostly when I travel it is mostly thru airports, so wireless will normally win over 3G, and it looks like they're finally going to bone up the backend. I think the WebOS phones have the best interface and sync function out there today, but not sure they're going to be able to keep enough critical mass to survive, so I obviously go back and forth. I like Open solutions, so no iphone for me. Guess we'll see what gets released and looks most compelling, leaning to an Android phone today.
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