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ATT vs. Verizon

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Brian Grigg, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     



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  2. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  3. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  4. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  5. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  6. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  7. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  8. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  9. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  10. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  11. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  12. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  13. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  14. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  15. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  16. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  17. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  18. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  19. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     
  20. Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.


    "Brian Grigg" <bgrigg@ursinfo.com> wrote in message
    news:e8mdnbFtkMfVAk3dRVn-hg@comcast.com...
    > My plan with AT&T expired and I'm looking to renew but was wondering if I
    > should switch to Verizon as I've heard they're coverage is much better.

    But
    > I'm not impressed with the phones they have available. I'm also thinking

    of
    > getting a Smart or PDA phone and AT&T just announced the Audiovox PPC4100,
    > but I was reading that Verizon will be carrying the Audiovox PPC 5050
    > although Verizon hasn't and won't make any announcement on it yet.
    >
    > So I was wondering how people like Verizon, and if anyone has any thoughts
    > on either of the Audiovox's?
    >
    > tia - Brian
    >
    >
     

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