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> Obviously number 1 is coverage, no brainer.
Then why do so many people still sign long-term contracts with some of the worst/lowest coverage carriers? (Like Sprint and T-Mobile.)
Have you seen their 4G LTE maps?
1 year, 11 months ago on [Editorial] What's Your Main Priority When Choosing A Wireless Carrier?
Must have LTE 4G.
Must have over 371 markets (5000+ of individual cities) of LTE 4G.
Must have (year after year) the highest customer satisfaction rating in the country.
Must have several top-of-the-line start-of-the-art phones... for $99. (Like the S3 at Amazon.)
Must have started installing LTE 4G as of 2010.
Must have monthly prices within 10% of the competition.
Gee, what a coincidence! Only Verizon does all of those.
1 year, 12 months ago on [Editorial] What's Your Main Priority When Choosing A Wireless Carrier?
> Every other spec is great.
No 2gb of usable memory.
Only 8gb of storage.
No quad-core CPU.
On-screen buttons that totally waste the already limited screen-space.
Which of those are "great" exactly?
Even older June 2012 devices have better specs.
2 years ago on Motorola DROID RAZR M 4G LTE Outed Again In Leaked Pictures, And They Call This Mid-range?
Ugh. Another of countless tiny 4.3" screens. This one is even worse: A portion of the screen space is wasted on the buttons... that could EASILY fit on the bottom edge of the device instead.
> It's actually pretty pathetic how far behind on hardware the iconic iPhone has become...
Which is really more embarrassing for Motorola:
Motorola made a phone far LESS powerful than the iPhone... and the iPhone greatly outsold it.
Motorola made a phone far MORE powerful than the iPhone... and the iPhone still greatly outsold it.
We would be happy if VmWare would stop running 5-6 services on all our machines, 24 hours a day... even though we only use VmWare once a week.
Terrible (and totally necessary) design.
2 years ago on VMworld: VMware Needs To Bring Sexy Back