Verizon iPhone HD or Sprint iPhone 4G – What Would You Prefer?

By Jamie Pert - Jun 7, 2010

It is pretty much certain that Apple will unveil their fourth-generation iPhone tomorrow, in the U.S. this handset will only be available from AT&T, however is this what the consumers really want?

Currently AT&T have thousands of unsatisfied customers, this is mainly due to poor coverage when compared to Verizon’s network. Even when consumers are in a ‘high-coverage’ areas, download speeds are not great, therefore many believe that the fourth-gen iPhone would be better suited to a 4G network, such as Sprint’s WiMAX network.

The question is what what would be the perfect iPhone/carrier combination? Obviously Sprint’s 4G network would be great to deliver fast Internet speeds, however take into consideration things such as customer service and coverage across the whole of the U.S.

Feel free to fill out our poll below, for those of you who are big fans of T-Mobile we have also thrown them into the mix

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  • Curtis

    Sprint is not charging $10 for 4G, its for using more data than everyone else on the network. Also, why even bring up customer service like its a negative when anymore its one of the best?

  • Dirk Diggler

    Seeing how Verizon would nickel and dime me to death and Sprint is only charging $10 for 4G access this is a no brainer to me to want the iphone 4G on Sprint, it may come to Verizon in the future but Sprint is ready for it now with a 4G network in place already that is constantly expanding and I already have Sprint and i've had Verizon and Sprint is better to me you may think different but not me.