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I haven't upgraded my iphone yet (still running with a 3G) with AT&T for 3 years running. I have completed the contract and continue to pay monthly. So I will
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    I haven't upgraded my iphone yet (still running with a 3G) with AT&T for 3 years running. I have completed the contract and continue to pay monthly. So I will not face a penalty if I switch to Verizon. However, I if I stick with AT&T I will be grandfathered in with unlimited data. I've hated AT&T for a while though and I'm wondering if the unlimited data is worth it in the end. So my question is should I make the switch?

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    Don't, if you value the speed of the data. If not and Verizon's prices are better for you, as well as coverage, the. Go for it. I switched to Verizon from AT&T bc the data plan from AT&T was too expensive and not unlimited for me. I now have unlimited data on Verizon but that's all I am happy with. If you use a lot of data (like over 2GB a month) you should stick with your unlimited AT&T plan. If you don't use more than 2GB then switch if it suits you better financially.

    Edit: what I mean to say is you won't get unlimited data on Verizon if you wanted it.

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    I'd stay with unlimted data regardless the carrier

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