No no no... it is damage control at this point especially if that verizon rumor becomes more popular (or becomes more than just a rumer), and the reason why so many people chose AT&T third quarter is because iPhones are EXCLUSIVE to AT&T, unlike most other smart phones (which is why they are more spread out)."We take this seriously and we continually look for new ways to improve the customer experience," an AT&T spokesperson said in a statement. "The fact is wireless customers have choices and a record number of them chose AT&T in the third quarter, significantly more than our competitors."
Verizon as a digital network is far better grounded than AT&T, and Verizon would likely (or would be wise to) reinforce their network in heavy traffic areas prior to officially carrying service for the iPhone.Guest said:
As a Verizon user I am afraid that the iphone coming to Verizon could bog down verizon's network to at&t's current level