Now I am not quite sure how Verizon, T-mobile, and Sprint will feel about this, but it seems AT&T (the nationâ€™s worst provider if you live around lake Erie) now says they are your best option for Windows Phone 7 devices. This news comes from PCWorld,Â which justÂ recently had anÂ interview with an AT&T spokesman who areÂ now claiming they are the best WP7 source. This claim comes to me as a surprise considering how much I thought T-mobile (nationâ€™s most accepting carrier) would be taking the plunge into the new world of connected.
“We’ll be the premier carrier for Windows Phone 7,” a spokeswoman said via e-mail on Monday. “We haven’t given guidance on timing.”
Now I love Windows Phone 7 (weird since I have never used it before), but I really would never switch to AT&T just for it. T-mobile will most likely also get some great devices and will have them on its HSDPA+ network (I hope).
That is just me, but does anyone else want Windows Phone 7 that bad that they will go to AT&T for it? Comment below.