Verizon is my first choice, all the other carriers would be tied for last.
I have ATTWS, the only reason I stay with them at this time is my resume has an ATTWS number. I'm not in top metro area, so when I get my new job (ATTWS contract expired way back) ATTWS is history.
But there are probably a lot of people who see the other side of the coin.
This is like watching a horse race. I do not think that anyone has any questions about Verizon being favored to win. GSM was prematurely forced on the public.
There is plenty of room to question if the large gains and change overs will occur. But the week is still young. Once all the LNP bugs have been worked out there may be a larger migration. The real migrations will occur when contracts end.
Verizon has everything going for them. They just need to pick a better selection of phones. I'm not saying they are a bad carrier, they just need better phones at a decent price.
nationwide roaming free-$5...anywhere there is a cell tower in the country you can make a call for no charge.
7 pm n/w-$5
Push to Talk(2-way)+ vision service-$20
PCS-PCS calling UNLIMITED-$5
knowing you are getting the best deal, PRICELESS!!! (sorry, had to do it.)
the customer service is a joke. i deal with people misled by them daily. i can't stand...
$105 2000 anytime free&clear America
$5 7pm n/w
unlimited vision includes pictures and text
unlimited pcs to pcs
nation wide no ld or roaming charges
add a phone free
nation wide ready link free
free digital/anolog roam off any towers
free downloads on 3gupload
sanyo vm4500. not a pos lg or moto
If you want plan features, stay with Sprint. If you want a phone you can actually use, go with Verizon.