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iPhone to HTC Thunderbolt

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions & Site Assistance' started by guinnesstime, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. guinnesstime
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    Hey everyone. I am an iPhone user since 2008. I waited in line for the 3G (interesting crew that day!).

    When the 4 came out, I converted (still with AT&T), then returned it 2 weeks later. The phone sucked, plain and simple. I thought I would wait for the iPhone 5, but recently my 3G died (and was replaced with the same) and now my AT&T coverage has gone from bad to worse.

    Last Thursday I headed over to Verizon and picked up the HTC Thunderbolt.

    The size, power and LTE network grabbed me and I have to admit, I love the name too.

    So now, I'm trying to figure this Android OS out. VERY different from my world. Who has advice for me?!
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    Welcome to the forum. The Thunderbolt is an excellent phone that I am sure you will not be disappointed in. We have a subsection here that is dedicated to the Thunderbolt that may help you. We also have a sister forum dedicated solely to the Thunderbolt. The link is in my signature.

    Glad to have you with us.