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Old 04-02-2010, 12:10 PM   #5
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Of course, here we aren't limited to a single provider, so I was able to negotiate a plan with my existing provider, which has reasonable coverage and service.
Thanks for the thorough iPhone review! I've just learned that it's possible (though not simple) to buy an "unlocked" iPhone. Seems they come from Australia. Will do more research but it probably requires jumping through more hoops than I'm interested in dealing with right now.

If I can determine that AT&T's cell service is better than Verizon's at our house I may go that route (if my husband doesn't veto the idea) but if Verizon is just as good then the iPhone will be out for now. My husband really doesn't want to have anything more to do with AT&T if he can help it and I don't care for them much either. Some people have had good customer service experiences with them, but we are not among them.

   
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