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  1. stmav's Avatar
    I'm on sprint but my contract is up. Whenever at&t comes out with it will be sooner than anything that happens waiting for sprint.
    11-04-2012 03:40 PM
  2. metalchick719's Avatar
    I'm with T-Mobile, planning on getting the 810. I may get an unlocked 920 after AT&T's six-month exclusivity ends, but then again, I may not if I end up loving the 810 enough. I'll play it by ear.
    11-04-2012 04:27 PM
  3. Unicron109's Avatar
    I'm with AT&T myself but I would point out that Verizon had the first LTE phone in the US (even though it had terrible antenna issues) and they had the exclusive on the best Android phone for a long time (I'm talking about the Galaxy Nexus). Not to mention that they get the exclusives on the Motorola DROID line.



    Of course, for all of us who like WP...AT&T's the place to be :happy:

    Verizon has good coverage but my point is That in certain places this doesn't matter and as long as AT&T provides equal coverage in your area then it comes down to the phones and AT&T offers more choice especially with WP. Also the galaxy nexus on Verizon was somewhat a joke and the droid line has pretty much one thing going for it battery which more OEM s need to focus on. My feature filled phone is still worthless if it has a dead battery. Oh and thanks for rubbing in about at&t us Verizon WP fans have been stuck with the HTC Trophy a first Gen WP.
    11-05-2012 01:50 AM
  4. hasasimo's Avatar
    TGFMVNOs :D
    11-05-2012 11:50 AM
  5. Bkr11's Avatar
    I'm bummed. Finally decided to do the math and I just can't justify it. Current bill on VZW with two smart phones, two dumb phones and unlimited data & text messaging is $205...think we have 900 or 1400 or some amount of minutes we never get close to. If I were to drop my line the remaining three phones would be $140, for a savings of about $65/month. Can't drop VZW all together since there are still some phones in contract.

    To go to AT&T with a corporate data plan of 3GB (need for Good for Enterprise), 450 minutes and unlimited text it would be about $107/month after a 17% discount. So...pay about $40/month more for the privledge of jumping to the Lumia 920. I just can't rationalize it...I guess I'm destined to get the 8X. Perhaps V2 of the Nokia launch on Verizon will be better - time will tell.
    11-05-2012 05:20 PM
  6. hasasimo's Avatar
    I'm bummed. Finally decided to do the math and I just can't justify it. Current bill on VZW with two smart phones, two dumb phones and unlimited data & text messaging is $205...think we have 900 or 1400 or some amount of minutes we never get close to. If I were to drop my line the remaining three phones would be $140, for a savings of about $65/month. Can't drop VZW all together since there are still some phones in contract.

    To go to AT&T with a corporate data plan of 3GB (need for Good for Enterprise), 450 minutes and unlimited text it would be about $107/month after a 17% discount. So...pay about $40/month more for the privledge of jumping to the Lumia 920. I just can't rationalize it...I guess I'm destined to get the 8X. Perhaps V2 of the Nokia launch on Verizon will be better - time will tell.
    Dude... why don't you just switch to an MVNO? Best of both worlds.
    11-05-2012 05:30 PM
  7. Bkr11's Avatar
    Dude... why don't you just switch to an MVNO? Best of both worlds.
    Fair question. I wonder whether MVNO's have the right "pipe" to work with Good for Enterprise. On both Verizon & AT&T you need to pay for a special data package to have access to these corporate data-related devices. Either they are just upcharging because they can (and otherwise neutering connections), or there is a special service. If it's the former they definitely are neutering it, because I know for a fact that the Good App won't connect to our Good Server if that special plan isn't active (on VZW at least).
    11-05-2012 05:37 PM
  8. Unicron109's Avatar
    The price of Lumia 920 on AT&T makes the 822 on Verizon a lackluster option. Hoping 920 comes to Verizon in six months like the rumors say or AT&T here I come.
    11-12-2012 11:21 PM
  9. Arenzael's Avatar
    6mo there will likely be a better phone coming out, or be available shortly thereafter.

    I left Verizon and my Unlimited Plan for At&t and a 920.

    Verizon would drop my Unlimited as soon as I upgraded to a new 4G phone, so there was no longer any loyalty with them.
    11-12-2012 11:38 PM
  10. Winfonejunkie's Avatar
    You're crazy. Why give up unlimited data for a phone?
    The 920 is worth it.....
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