IDK, my BFF AT&T?

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Christine Chan

Thanks for pointing out errors in the writing. I'm new, so I apoligize. I've fixed it up a bit now. Thanks.
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WM

AT&T Wireless is not the same company as at&t. Cingular bought AT&T Wireless and used the much better established name at&t. My experience with Cingular/at&t has been flawless. AT&T Wireless was very limited and would have failed if it didn't acquired Cingular because at the time Cingular had the 2nd biggest network next to Verizon. That said, their network is all GSM...a better network. Apple partnered with the best network which also happens to be the global standard. Smart, if you ask me...

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zzyzx

My past experience with AT&T Wireless was atrocious. As long as it is the exclusive carrier, I have no interest. Curious to see Apple team up with a 2nd-rate company; it really must be the GSM.

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MacAddict4Life

GSM is a better technology to have the iPhone on anyways, since Apple has claimed that they want the iPhone to be a global hardware device, which is a standard with GSM.

This sentence makes english teachers cry.

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colinc

"the total number of iPhone and iPod Touch units has reached 37 million, with 30 million coming from December 2008 alone."

That makes it sound like they sold a combination of 30 million iPhones and iPod Touch units in December 2008. Really, they had sold 30 million as of December 2008.

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tsimo7

In case you haven't noticed, Mac|Life isn't really a professional company. They have typos in almost every article, and sometimes, even in their magazines.

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themacinjosh

I have Alltel (so I guess that means I have Verizon) and I would LOVE to have the iPhone instead of this stupid Scoop I have. I really don't want to have to switch to AT&T either. Oh well maybe the Palm Pre or something will be available on Verizon someday, it's no iphone but at least it's better than this Scoop I have.

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