iPhone 4 Users Aren't Fans of AT&T

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As the rumors of a Verizon or T-Mobile iPhone continue to grow, some analysts question whether or not AT&T's iPhone exclusively really matters. Anecdotal evidence would suggest that it does, since every iPhone users I know constantly gripes about AT&T's network. But some more concrete statistics would be nice -- and that's exactly what a ChangeWaveResearch study provides. It shows that nearly three-quarters of new iPhone 4 owners polled said what they dislike most about their new device is being forced to use AT&T, its network quality, or all the dropped calls. Here are the survey results on this question:

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The research firm also asked other fun questions, like what people liked most about the phone ("FaceTime" came in last).

Read the full the results at ChangeWaveResearch.

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Daniel Indiviglio was an associate editor at The Atlantic from 2009 through 2011. He is now the Washington, D.C.-based columnist for Reuters Breakingviews. He is also a 2011 Robert Novak Journalism Fellow through the Phillips Foundation. More

Indiviglio has also written for Forbes. Prior to becoming a journalist, he spent several years working as an investment banker and a consultant.
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