I, for one, hope CHEAPER RATES AND BETTER SERVICE.
There are rumors going around that AT&T has the worst customer service of all wireless U.S. carriers. Oh, excuse me, that's not a rumor, but a recent Consumer Reports documented reality.
"AT&T is the lowest-scoring cell-phone carrier
in the U.S., according to a satisfaction survey
of 58,000 ConsumerReports.org readers."
AT&T has been able to treat iPhone customers any way they please, charging what they please, because they were the only game in town. Competition may now just change some of these attitudes and as well as rates. (We can hope, can't we?)
The rumors, outlined in this WSJ article, are that AT&T is quietly appeasing threatening to leave customers singed about Verizon offering an unlimited data plan for $30; something that used to be an AT&T customer reality.
Competition is good and whether it's Verizon or whomever, I'm happy to see another carrier in the iPhone mix.
Sticker shock and micro managing your minutes and data shouldn't be the reality of your iPhone bill; should it?