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When you say AT&T is horrible, do you mean that it has horrible coverage where you live, work, and travel? If that is the case, I would not suggest going back to AT&T, even if you like a device that is only available on AT&T. If you cannot get coverage, you'll have an expensive brick.
Originally Posted by brackett5
It is always best to choose a carrier first, based upon the best coverage where you live, work, and travel; then pick a device. If two carriers offer equally good coverage, then you'll have more options.
Is T-Mobile coverage good where you live, work, and travel? Have you asked your neighbors and co-workers how T-Mobile is?
I would also suggest not trusting the maps on the carriers' websites, but asking people you know who have those carriers what their experiences are like.