droid vs blackberry vs iphone? HELP!?

My boyfriend & I have been with verizon for 6 years now. We aren't super happy with the way they treat their customers we have only kept it so long because "everyone else has it" but now its getting to the point since all our friends moved away or are getting married & having babies we don't use the "in" calling at all. A few friends don't even have verizon any more. We both have ipod touches & LOVE them. We are thinking of switching to AT&T to get the iphone. But everyone we talk to that still has verizon is pushing the driod. (& the newest driod) Or the black berry. I was wondering what you thought was better? What phone & carrier you have? Any stories you want to share about any of the 3 phones? We pay about $135 a month for 2 plan boring phones with verizon. Just "in" calling on mine he uses about 100 mins a month. Plus text & pix on both. I heard with AT&T it would be about $150 a month for 2 iphones text/pix 700 mins to share, plus the internet on both. My boyfriend is unsure if he will go with the iphone because of his job, if he doesn't that puts us at $115 a month with AT&T iphone is not windows! I'm sold I hate windows we bought a apple computer 3 years ago & have yet to have a single problem with it. I was so against buying it because I grew up with windows. Now being on my parents windows computer I'm so mad with in 5 mins because it sucks its sooo slow. & its 3 months old. We have the same internet so its the computer (dell & gateway computers they have)

Asked By: Peaches12 - 5/10/2010
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You pay $135 a month just for two plain phones!? Do you have like 4000 minutes or something... More
Answered By: Brandon☺ - 5/10/2010
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There's no way you should be paying $135 for that, unless you have insurance, etc. on both lines. The lowest minute tier is 700, so 700 minutes plus unlimited texting is $100. So you should be at $110-$115 every month, including taxes. Smartphones would add $30 apiece to your bill. ATT would be exactly the same... More
Answered By: Nathan - 5/10/2010
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