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    Bad Connection: Inside the iPhone Network Meltdown | Magazine

    About the iPhone and At&t. It's a great read, especially for someone like me who has been in the industry since 2005, 2 years before the iPhone's launch. I suggest you all check it out.
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    This was a GREAT article. This article pays for my WIRED article by itself.
    I do love being ontop of cellular topics and the wars between Verizon and AT&T.
    but when I read this I realized it's like Apple is the puppeteer and AT&T is it's puppet.
    This article answered a lot of rumors I had heard about.
    Now when I argue with people I'll actually have real information! >:D
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    Is there an article or any other information out there about the rumor that the iPhone will be available for Verizon in January? Or is that just more bs?
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    I think it would be funny if At&t would offer unlimited data plans to Android phones, and tiered data plans to iPhone users.
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    Nevermind. It would help if I actually wasn't lazy and Googled it to find articles!
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    Second'd.

    But the reason they stopped unlimited data plans was because of the over amount of data that iPhones were using...it might not be that different when it's an Android phone...