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February 3, 2011 at 11:39 AM

Poll: Is the iPhone so bad on AT&T you’ll switch to Verizon?

It’s hard to tell what’s really going on with iPhone network coverage in the Seattle area.

AT&T coverage problems in New York and San Francisco are magnified because of the concentration of media outlets in those cities.

Some reports have suggested AT&T is actually better in the Seattle area than Verizon, but you wouldn’t know it from the attention the Verizon iPhone is getting.

So i’ve got to ask iPhone owners – is your AT&T coverage that bad, and are you going to switch to Verizon? (Especially now that word’s out that Verizon may throttle heavy data users …)

(UPDATE: After getting a lot of response I’ve upgraded this account so the poll should run faster. I’ll post the tally Friday.)

(UPDATE 2: The poll closed after 24 hours and the results are posted here. Thank you for participating)

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