Earlier today we told you about a survey that ChangeWave had conducted amongst iPhone 4 customers on AT&T and Verizon Wireless. The survey showed that AT&T customers had more dropped calls, so with this in mind would it mean more people choosing the Verizon iPhone 5 for call satisfaction after the AT&T reports?
The survey asked over 4,000 users about their thoughts on their cell phones, and both AT&T and Verizon customers were mainly satisfied with their service. But it was when the dropped calls percentage was compared the gap widened.
At the moment most Verizon iPhone 4 customers are pretty pleased with their new handset, but it has only been available since February so things could change after a longer period. Another thing to consider is as more people take up the Verizon iPhone 4, how will the network cope?
When a new iPhone comes out sometime this year many perspective purchasers may see the percentage of dropped calls on AT&T, and decide to hook up with Verizon Wireless. This could be dependent on the dropped call data not worsening on the carrier as it signs up more users.
Which carrier will you choose for the iPhone 5?
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