I highly doubt that's the case. Correct me if I am wrong I obviously do not know your cell phone plan but you have the unlimited data I believe and that costs you 30 a month. Yes they want everyone to go to a 4G phone (why people would want 3G still is beyond me but I digress) and that would get rid of your unlimited data and would put you on 2GB a month for the same 30 bucks if you are not on shared everything. Unless you are a constant data hog and use 2+ GB a month I see no benefit for Verizon to somehow throttle your plan.
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Originally Posted by D34dm4n
You really hit the nail on the head with that statement and that's why I love the Android.
I only really do a handful of things on my phone. Contact my wife and friends, check some scores, email, etc. I love having an icon on my home screen for my wife so that I can call or text her in about 2 clicks. Then I have a folder of my good friends on the home screen so I can call or text them with about 3 clicks.
I also like having an easy shortcut for navigation to my house. I drive around DC for work and don't always know the best way to get home. I just click the icon on one of the home screens and it jumps right in to turn by turn directions. Having the google search bar on the home screen is nice, one less step when searching for something online.
Really the iPhone can do pretty much everything the Android can and vice-versa. I just think that the Android OS makes it easier to do those tasks with less effort.