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AT&T has its iPhone, Sprint has its Pre, T-Mobile has its myTouch, and Verizon has ... what? A BlackBerry or something? Even though Verizon is the biggest network in the land -- and even though iPhone users think about Verizon longingly every time a call goes dead -- the company is not generally known for having killer phones. That may change soon. Google and Verizon have agreed to start a family together and fill their home with little Android children. Two new phones will be here in the next few weeks, and they're planning a variety of new additions for the future.
The thing that gets me is that .. How is AT&T providing their customers with excellent service if they disallows all of the "cool" and "trending" things? For example, Vo-IP--If it's an Internet connection they're using, let them use it? The more you deny someone of services that you KNOW you can offer, you're only holding back you and your customers.
On the flipside, with Android being pumped out by (or so told) with Verizon, the tables may make AT&T think again.
I'm actually a USC customer, and very satisfied with my service, I just wish they'd add 3G to the list of support. Yea, that's right, no 3G on my network in my area. :( But I get an awesome data plan!
Anyway, good post!