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  • 97% Love iPhone 3GS 55% Dislike AT&T


    According to the most recent ChangeWave survey the iPhone rates very high in customer approval while less than half of users like AT&T. The survey pulled nearly 2000 iPhone users to come up with their results.

    The survey showed some interesting results with the iPhone getting a "near-perfect satisfaction rating." 8 out of 10 iPhone owners gave the device "very satisfied" while 17% said that they were "somewhat satisfied."

    Paul Carton, research director at ChangeWave Research commented
    Extraordinary . . . That's the highest ratings we have ever had for any smartphone, including previous iPhones.
    The good news stopped there. The survey also covered iPhone users satisfaction with the carrier AT&T which yielded less than stellar results. 50% said that AT&T was the #1 dislike of the iPhone. 32% named iPhone lock-in with AT&T as their top dislike while 23% named AT&T's coverage, service, and data speeds as their top dislike. Those add up to 55% of the iPhone users polled naming AT&T and their #1 dislike.

    These results come while AT&T is working on pushing their exclusivity contract with Apple through 2010. Survey results like these may make Apple think twice before continuing exclusivity in the US.

    via computerworld
    This article was originally published in forum thread: 97% Love iPhone 3GS 55% Dislike AT&T started by Cody Overcash View original post
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    1. Periodic's Avatar
      Periodic -
      I think this picture describes it much better There are two reasons i dislike at&t first because i'm not on at&t . And second because if you sign up with at&t you have to go with the full $80+ plan.

      Quote Originally Posted by Happy Noodle Boy View Post
      I think all carriers suck and they should just carpet the world in wifi and make all calls VOIP then we'd be complaining about Comcasr/Time Warner
      Agreed im suprised no one has really tried to develop a stronger wifi signal that could be used like that. They have the satellite internet but you need a dish and modem and what not to receive it .