Note 2 purchase on VZW or AT&T?General


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  1. TarheeMBS

    TarheeMBS Member

    Hey guys,

    I'm currently on Verizon. I will be purchasing the note 2 when it releases in late October. I'm debating on leaving VZW. It's my understanding that a device like this is more versatlile on AT&T. Is this true? I do some international travel andam trying to take that into account. Any feedback guys?

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  2. Traelyn

    Traelyn Well-Known Member

    I'd stay with Verizon because of LTE and coverage. But, about it being more versatile on AT&T, I'm not sure about that.

    Besides, the SG Note II will be the phone of the year.
  3. TarheeMBS

    TarheeMBS Member

    So you think VZW 4g lte is stronger than AT&T?
  4. snuggles

    snuggles Well-Known Member

    Will verizon cancel my unlimited data plan if I switch from my galaxy nexus to the galaxy note 2?
  5. treb1797

    treb1797 Well-Known Member

    Unless you pay full retail you will lose your unlimited data.
  6. treb1797

    treb1797 Well-Known Member

    Man I hope your right :D
  7. drexappeal

    drexappeal Well-Known Member

  8. TarheeMBS

    TarheeMBS Member

    I'm not a big fan of rooting my phones.

    I do some international travel and have always heard GSM phones are better for that. I know with the Lte technology though Verizon has some phones that work internationally this likely to be one of them at some point.

    Is Verizon's Lte network that much superior to Att's Lte network?
  9. Raw Dodge

    Raw Dodge Well-Known Member

    Yes, Verizon s LTE network is far from superior to AT&Ts..
  10. TarheeMBS

    TarheeMBS Member

    Raw dog,

    You said far from. Did you mean Verizon's LTE network is better?
  11. TarheeMBS

    TarheeMBS Member

    Will there be less bloatware on one carrier or the other?

    I read somewhere that Verizon's version may have a significant amount of bloatware on it compared to that on ATT. Is that true?
  12. treb1797

    treb1797 Well-Known Member

    Bloatware isn't really anything to complain or worry about anymore since apps can be disabled.
  13. drexappeal

    drexappeal Well-Known Member

    I've never had either provider, so I couldn't tell you how att manages their sim (lock or unlock), but in order for you to use a att phone with a pre-paid international card, you'd the sim slot would have to be unlocked.

    That said, I have a motorola photon (original) for sprint, which is an international phone, and the sim is unlocked, so multiple people have reported being able to use international sim cards without issue.

    I'm sure there are other phones from att and verizon that have similar capabilities. Unfortunately, I couldn't tell you which ones work.
  14. chmodx

    chmodx Well-Known Member

    I'm on Verizon right now, currently free of any contract w/unlimited. Based on the coverage I'm able to compare(work gives me an ATT iPhone), I'm going to just go with AT&T for the fact that I can get phones much more easily with AT&T, and coverage is equal--if not better on AT&Ts network in my frequented areas.

    Byebye evil red empire. Hurry up and get this damn phone out AT&T!

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