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I'm able to switch plans in Feb and looking to ATT for the iPhone. Does anyone regret using ATT based on poor service or would you suggest going to TMobile and hacking the iPhone to get better service? I'm not sure if Tmobile is better than ATT. Right now I have Sprint and it's not that great.

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Regret? No.

Do I wish I could still be with Verizon and have an iPhone? Yes.

T-Mobil's service tends to be worse than AT&Ts in most areas, although there are always exceptions.


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I think if you tried the forum search feature you would find a great many threads on this very topic. This was and to some extent is a very popular question and really no need to start another thread on it.

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You need to check to see if 3G is supported by AT&T where you are. If not, you'll likely have to settle for Edge. That was the case for me until 3G came to my area; 3G ended up being about 5 times faster in terms of D/L and U/L speeds.

Speaking generally about AT&T, I've never had any big problems with them.
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