Unlocked - Europe?
I assume the iPhone is or will be available in Europe. If that's the case, has anybody read anything that tells whether there will be an unlocked version available there, or does one of the major European carriers have exclusivity there like ATT does in the US for a period of time? Is it two years, or just one, of exclusivity?
I want one, of course; question is whether to wait until the next revision which will undoubtedly add more features, fix bugs, and add capacity (and when my Verizon contract is out of the penalty phase - counting the months )
Regardless of the length, it only applies to the US, and I believe it only applies to this model. If an iPhone 2.0 comes out, that would still be exclusive to AT&T, but an iPhone Nano, for example, might be for a different carrier. At least that's what I remember from the press conference at CES...
T-mobile is the largest phone company in the word.
I am not saying that Att is a good for nothing company. However, you can get a BMW or you could get a Toyota. Verizon is the BMW. And Toyota is not that bad.
T-mobile is World Wide. They have more subscribers world wide than anybody.
you can go to London, France, Germany...and many other countries and sign up for t-mobile.
T-mobile IS the only true international carrier in the US.
With that said...
I prefer Verizon. I actually work for an agent that sell Verizon, T-mobile, and Cingular. I personally have seen a huge drop in quality of customer service by cingular in the last few years, while t-mobile and verizon seam to be getting better and better.
Verizon Does (for now) have the absolute VOICE network. Data, I personally believe is a draw between verizon, sprint, and cingular. Customer service would go to t-mobile followed by veri...
Verizon has the the most loyal customers...
and was number 1 (as far as subscribers) untill cingular purchased at&t
This forum is closed.