Well thank you Captain Obvious! In a recent poll it’s been revealed that Verizon iPhone’s drop fewer calls than AT&T iPhone users.

A ChangeWave survey consisting of 4,068 participants found that Verizon users have experienced 3% less dropped calls when compared to AT&T users.

While it’s not the greatest sampling of customers, it does reinforce the overall notion that Verizon features a more stable and robust network.

In other news, the sky is blue, and I had to pay my taxes this year as well…

That all being said, the customer satisfaction ratings between the two behemoths are about neck and neck.

That’s probably because so many of us are just used to having dropped calls on AT&T now, we’ve all been brainwashed.

In all fairness, Verizon still has a ways to go before their network acquires the amount of iPhone users as AT&T’s has. Once we get a more balance comparison, it could tell a different story.

But probably not.

Are you satisfied with your iPhone’s network provider? What about those in other countries? How has your network performance been with the iPhone? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • XepptizZ

    3 percent, whoop dee do.

  • Manuel

    This isn’t shocking, it’s just true. at&t

  • Nico

    I haven’t had a dropped call yet on my ATT iPhone 4. 5 bars everywhere. When I had Verizon? 1 bar everywhere.

  • Surprise? Not at all. I switched from AT&T to Verizon for the exact reason of having fewer dropped calls.

  • Mcsteven

    Hmm. It couldn’t be because of the antenna change could it?? Oh yeah I guess not… Or it couldn’t be because changewave works with Verizon could it? Oh I guess not…
    Don’t give in to this scam people. I have AT&T with an iPhone. My wife has verizon with droid phone. I have 0 dropped calls per week. She has 2-4 dropped calls per week. She’s definetly switching this summer over to AT&T.
    Of course reception is different in diff areas. Anyone else from the Phoenix area will attest to this I’m sure. Oh, unless they work for verizon!

  • Mcsteven

    Hmm. It couldn’t be because of the antenna change could it?? Oh yeah I guess not… Or it couldn’t be because changewave works with Verizon could it? Oh I guess not…
    Don’t give in to this scam people. I have AT&T with an iPhone. My wife has verizon with droid phone. I have 0 dropped calls per week. She has 2-4 dropped calls per week. She’s definetly switching this summer over to AT&T.
    Of course reception is different in diff areas. Anyone else from the Phx area will attest to this I’m sure. Oh, unless they work for verizon!

  • Mcsteven

    Sorry for the double post. It said it didn’t go through the first time.

  • The high level of satisfaction with both belies the idiocy of this “war”. Don’t waste your time with this nonsense. Go with company you are comfortable with.

  • Shawn

    Which network is best is a regional matter. AT&T has worked better for me in the Denver area, and when I was on a recent business trip to DC, my iPhone (on AT&T) was giving me fast internet access inside one of the government’s buildings, while my Verizon BlackBerry and my coworkers Verizon wireless card were both unable to get any signal at all. If I lived in NY or SF, from what I’ve heard, my opinion would be reversed.