Close To 50% Of AT&T IPhone Owners Want To Switch To Verizon Says New Deloitte Study

Posted: Sep 22 2010, 1:08am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Close to 50% of AT&T iPhone Owners want to switch to Verizon says new Deloitte Study
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The Verizon iPhone is still a rumor ghost, but it gets a lot of attention. The last rumor we reported about was saying that Verizon and Apple are still in negotiations over a Verizon bound iPhone. According to Reuters, Deloitte has now published a study that found that close to half of AT&T iPhone owners are very interested to switch to Verizon.

If this numbers really would be coming through than AT&T would have a big problem, but I do not think that half of AT&T iPhone owners would switch once a Verizon iPhone is available. Switching wireless services is still a pain and who guarantees that Verizon will not have the same issues as AT&T. Additionally AT&T is busy extending their network and by the time the Verizon iPhone is here, iPhone customers might not have anything to complain about.

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