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AT&T iPhone vs Verizon iPhone: The Battle Begins

Written on January 22, 2011 by B Waldorf

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Join AllWeLike as we uncover the truth about the iPhone 4 belonging to competing networks.

Last week, we welcomed the announcement of Verizon iPhone 4 to the world. It will be out in less than a month to the Verizon 3G network. But many wonder, will it be better than the AT&T iPhone 4?

We can smell the between the two networks. To help you out in choosing the right network to trust, All We Like gathered the most important information about the two networks and their own versions of the story.

What can AT&T do?

AT&T is popular for using GSM or the Global System for Mobile Communications. A network technology infrastructure capable of handling voice and data at the same time. However it is only connected to 1 tower at a time which results to a “hard handoff” from tower to tower. This causes the increase of dropped calls and reduces the stability of voice network on phone calls.

Read the rest of the story after the jump.

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