Eh, these companies will go at it with ads that attack each other, and in the end either AT&T or Verizon will come out the winner. (I'm guessing Verizon because most people will probably predict it as the winner)
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Bulls--t.... Thats low atnt... really low.
Whats verizon going to come up with next.... "You cant hold your ATnT phone like that... u'll drop calls... only verizons iPhone allows you to make calls, however you hold your phone"
Hum i don't see why that would happen taylor, Verizon has just got its iphone4, who knows what issues will everyone be complaining about soon. With these issues currently with the Verizon iphone i rather stick with AT&T for now till a later time.
I do not know personally as I have not had a smart phone on Verizon. I did however have on on Sprint for about 28 days. I personally do not recall any issues doing both. I also remember hearing many statements in Android boards specific to Verizon droid's that this was actually not true (voice and data at the same time), and that Droid phones were able to do both at the same time. So it would not see odd to see this one debunked as well. I don't think it even required an app either, but really how often are both throughput methods (Voice/Data) at the same time used. I am sure you can picture it, but really why would you not have something planed out, such as meet me here at this time, without making the arrangements prior to calling or communicating with whoever.
Why not just jump on Fandango, and forward digital tickets to your girlfriend. The ticket would have the show time, location, and most likely a GPS map as well. The same with a restaurant or concert, sporting event etc. remember the add from At&t on the kid and his dad going to the football game, well the dad bought the last ticket on his phone, and then showed it to his son. If it is more convenient why would you not do it?
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