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Since Verizon has changed there upgrade features of the iphone 4s  rules, I am stuck with whatever phone I get for the next 20 months, no matter what.

I don’t know what I want. Husband has an Iphone, it seems to be pretty reliable, and like most apple products, they hold up well, but I’m guessing they won’t release the Iphone 5 until next fall, so I’m wondering if I do go the Iphone route, if I’d be better off to wait until the 5 gets released, or should I just save my money and get the 4s.

I’ve heard good things about Droids, features of the iphone 4s but It seems like all the nicer ones are by Motorola, and I’ve NEVER had a motorola phone live for 2 years, so that’s why I’m leaning more towards the Iphones.

Any body out there have an advice for me? Now that Verizon changed there upgrade rules, I’m terrified of ending up with a phone that will die after year 1.

What did they change their upgrade rules to? My dad and aunt have i Phones and love them, my husband has had his Droid for over a year and has never liked a phone better. I’ve never had a problem with Motorola except the Razor and that thing prettymuched sucked. Here’s the real kicker: Verizon will no longer be caring unlimited data plans anymore. So how much do you use the internet? I’ll tell you that on both the Droid and the I phone there is stuff running off the internet constantly.

It doesn’t matter if you logged on to the features of the iphone 4s browser that day or not. Your email is constantly pinging, Facebook and twitter updates, weather and news, all that stuff is constantly using internet. What you should be asking is do I want to stay with Verizon or switch to a company with unlimited data so I can actually enjoy my smart phone. Sprint is currently the only one with unlimited, the have i Phones and they have phones similar to the Droid but not by Motorola so you may want to check out their selection before making any decisions.

I have a motorola droid X and I love it. I previously had a blackberry curve until it died. I have dropped this phone so many times that the corners all have dings. I’m almost at my 2 year point and I’m going to keep this one until it dies or I fall in love with another phone.

Also costco is a good place to order your phone from as they will actively help you with any warranty issues.

What did they change their upgrade rules to? My dad and aunt have i Phones and love them, my husband has had his Droid for over a year and has never liked a phone better. I’ve never had a problem with Motorola except the Razor and that thing prettymuched sucked. Here’s the real kicker: Verizon will no longer be caring unlimited data plans anymore. So how much do you use the internet? I’ll tell you that on both the Droid and the I phone there is stuff running off the internet constantly.

It doesn’t matter if you logged on to the browser that day or not. Your email is constantly pinging, Facebook and twitter updates, weather and news, all that stuff is constantly using internet. What you should be asking is do I want to stay with Verizon or switch to a company with unlimited data so I can actually enjoy my smart phone. Sprint is currently the only one with unlimited, the have i Phones and they have phones similar to the Droid but not by Motorola so you may want to check out their selection before making any decisions.

Not necessarily true. I have an iPhone on the Verizon network, and I only get 2 gb of data per month. I don’t come close to using it because I sat down one day and went through every one of my settings to make sure that all Internetcapable applications (email, Facebook, and weather are the big ones) only retrieve data when I tell them to. You can further rein in your Internet use by using a Wifi connection whenever possible; only data sent and received while you’re on the cellular network counts against your monthly data plan. There are Wifi networks everywhere now, so that shouldn’t be an issue.

As far as the actual phone, I’ve had my iPhone 4S for 2 months now and I’m very happy with it. I’m not a big gamer, but having a smartphone has done wonders for my productivity. I’m much more organized now. Both of my parents have the same phone, and they’re happy with it, and my boyfriend’s mother and siblings are all getting one too now that they’ve had a chance to mess with mine. My boyfriend, however, is getting the new Droid Razr in a week or so.

He explained the difference between the iOS and Android operating systems thusly: if you like to futz around with your phone and personalize every little detail, function, and widget (and you have the technological knowhow to do so), you’re probably an Android person (you’d get along with a jailbroken iPhone, too, although there is no such option for the iPhone 4S yet). If you’d prefer a phone that you can’t get into too much trouble with, where all of the settings and configurations are pretty much locked down and “just work,” try the iPhone. Verizon does give you 30 days to play around and make up your mind.

We’ve got iphones, blackberry and android in the house at the moment. The general consensus is that my Samsung Galaxy II beats the iphone pretty handily. I strongly encourage anyone to check out Samsung and HTC offerings before committing to the apple track.

The “android is for tinkerers” is marginally true, but the way the sales guy above described it makes it sound like you’ll have to tinker for it to be useful, which is completely nonsensical. I haven’t tweaked the settings on my Galaxy at all, aside from giving myself a few extra app screens and a tasty background graphic of a simulated galaxy spinning away. and it runs everything just fine. I particularly like the standby battery life compared to the iphone (aside from my wife bugging me to use my phone to make calls at least a couple times a week).

He explained the difference between the iOS and Android operating systems thusly: if you like to futz around with your phone and personalize every little detail, function, and widget (and you have the technological knowhow to do so), you’re probably an Android person (you’d get along with a jailbroken iPhone, too, although there is no such option for the iPhone 4S yet). If you’d prefer a phone that you can’t get into too much trouble with, where all of the settings and configurations are pretty much locked down and “just work,” try the iPhone. Verizon does give you 30 days to play around and make up your mind.

I”m definately and Android person, I prefer to have my phone my way. If some one even touches a setting or moves something I get pissed. I’ve been that way about everything most of my life.

We’ve got iphones, blackberry and android in the house at the moment. The general consensus is that my Samsung Galaxy II beats the iphone pretty handily. I strongly encourage anyone to check out Samsung and HTC offerings before committing to the apple track.

The “android is for tinkerers” is marginally true, but the way the sales guy above described it makes it sound like you’ll have to tinker for it to be useful, which is completely nonsensical. I haven’t tweaked the settings on my Galaxy at all, aside from giving myself a few extra app screens and a tasty background graphic of a simulated galaxy spinning away. and it runs everything just fine. I particularly like the standby battery life compared to the iphone (aside from my wife bugging me to use my phone to make calls at least a couple times a week).

I’ve heard good things about those. I like Samsung products too. I had a dummy phone a few years ago that I ran through the wash machine and it came back to life with a good dry out.

I’ve been pretty set on LG products the past few phones. Last time I got the cheapy LG cosmos because it was free and all i wanted was a keyboard. It’s been a trooper the past 2 years. I’ve had no problems with it and it’s still going strong.

Honestly, I’m not a huge phone tinkerer. I just need something that will function well, and I can run the CC app and maybe a few others on. I’m not a huge fan of the safari browser on the iphone. I find I have a hard time navigating it, but I don’t use it very often, only when I’m using husbands phone trying to look something up.

The other things about the iphone, I’m not all that thrilled with the keyboard. I would kinda like a keyboard with real buttons. I seem to have a hard time with the virtual keyboards, but again, I’m not used to one. so maybe it takes some getting used to.

I got a Motorola Charm because I wanted a button keyboard. At the time (Sept 2010) it was my first smart phone and I wasn’t into the bells and whistles (and price tag!) of the Galaxy or iPhone.

It works really well if you don’t expect too much from it. I use Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps and the browser mostly and text more than I make calls. I am certainly not a heavy user (I have used 1.6 gb of data since December 2010) and rarely watch videos on it.

Pros: Slightly smaller size, has an actual keyboard, durable (it’s definitely taken a beating and you’d never know it), has a backtrack pad (for scrolling without having to touch the screen), plus it’s really easy to upload photos to your social network which I like. Oh and no volume issues, my previous 2 phone were regular LG cells and my biggest beef was how stupidly quiet they were.

Cons: After a year and a half it’s slowing features of the iphone 4s down a bit: the apps don’t load as fast and contacts searches are a bit delayed, and the screen size while I don’t mind the smaller screen, quite a few apps I have tried don’t adapt to the smaller screen and are unusable; it’s not fatal, just a bit annoying.

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