Consumer Reports has Carrier ratingsSomebody Won, Somebody lost, hit the jump for your details.
Consumer Reports is what we the people use to get across our thoughts on the products we purchase(by pooling 66K people to rep us all), and the Winner is Verizon, no surprise, then Sprint then Tmobile, but the worst prize goes to AT&T, once again, cause last year they got the same rating, But they have plans to get ahead of it next year, and here’s how:
They plan on hitting the country with a 15 market LTE package by the years end(and hopefully sooner Consumer reports gets it’s report out)
But Verizon is Planning on doing Shared Data Plans in 2012, so a battle is still coming -_-
December 07, 2011 09:07 AM Eastern Time
AT&T Expects Record Smartphone Sales in 4Q
UBS Media & Communications Conference 2011
DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–John Stephens, AT&T Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, today announced that AT&T* is on track to break its single-quarter record for smartphone sales.
Speaking at the UBS 39th Annual Global Media and Communications Conference in New York, Stephens said that AT&T sold about 6 million smartphones in the first two months of the fourth quarter. Because December is traditionally one of the strongest sales months, AT&T now expects to break the previous single-quarter smartphone record of 6.1 million.
AT&T’s strong smartphone sales in part reflect a higher number of handset upgrades from