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Thursday Poll: Who is Your Current Wireless Carrier? Why?

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With carrier policies constantly changing (not always for the better), the introduction of tiered and shared data plans, prepaid plans becoming more appealing, and LTE rollouts happening at various intervals, we can imagine that many of you have changed wireless carriers over the last couple of years. At one time, most of the DL family was filled up with Verizon subscribers, but our comments clearly indicate that you have had changes of heart and moved on to other options.

So something we haven’t done in a while is ask which carrier you are currently signed up with. Are you still with AT&T or Verizon? Have you gone the prepaid route? Did T-Mobile win you over with their UNcarrier approach?

As always, cast your vote, but then afterwards take to the comments to tell us why you are with your current carrier.

Who is Your Current Wireless Carrier?

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  • northrode

    I made the switch from Verizon to T-mobile for several reasons: 1) cost 2) better choice of phones (unlocked phones can be used with ease) 3) tired of Verizon’s anti-consumer practices 4) T-mobile’s rollout of LTE and 5) easy to unlock and use overseas. That is if I choose not to take advantage of their new international data allowance.

  • OnlyChoice

    Coverage, plain and simple.

  • DanWazz

    Hanging around on Verizon with Unlimited Data until my contract is up.

  • Samuel Stephenson

    I’m rocking 2 phones currently, LG Nexus 4 on T-Mobile $30/mo 5GB 4G plan and a basic Samsung messaging phone on family’s US Cellular plan for $10/mo unlimited voice/text. So $40/mo for essentially unlimited everything. Granted T-Mobile coverage isn’t superb and I have to carry 2 phones around but I don’t mind if it saves me significant amounts of money.

  • phenom

    TMo- P R I C E…