Can you hear me now?
If you have a smartphone, chances are it's become more of an attachment than just another piece of electronics. You'll go to the store to grab a loaf of bread without your iPod or your laptop, but I'll bet you don't leave the house without your phone in your pocket. I'm not judging — I do the same — I'm just commenting on just how much our phones can become part of our lives. We depend on them. Sometimes, too much I think, but that's another post for another day.
Since we do depend on our phones so much, having good service where we need good service is important. Even when we don't need good service, we still want it. I don't need a good data signal when I'm knee deep in a mountain stream pretending to catch trout, but I pay a lot more money to AT&T than I need to so that I have it. I know I'm not alone. I hope I'm not alone.
I pay too much, but I'm satisfied. Unless AT&T does something stupid, I'll keep the line I have with them because it works in places where my T-Mobile line doesn't. What about you? There's a poll below, or you can find it on the front page in the sidebar to the right. Take a moment, click a button and let everyone know whether you're good with what you have, or not.
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