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Personally my experience with AT&T was terrible. Service was horrible on 3G.
Customer service was ridiculous.
Had a customer rep actually hang up on me because they didn't know the answer to my question.
I figured it out on my own in five minutes after that.
I did call back and report the rep.

Cancelled my service after maybe a year and never went back.
The only reason I had them in the first place is because they bought out Cingular that I was on.

Search reviews for any carrier you may choose before deciding.
AT&T is known for not having good service.
Only reason they got so many customers was because at the time only they offered the iPhone.

Of course location is a big factor.
If you live in an area with good coverage then you will be ok.
Personally I would choose the one with the largest coverage map.
Nothing worse than taking a trip and needing your phone and it not work.

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