Verizon's ability to sell Apple Iphones is not expected to be that big of a blow to AT&T because majority of the customers are locked in their contract for another 2 years, or mainly because why go through the hassle of the switch. Even if AT&T customers do want to switch over to Verizon, they will have to pay out more money than what they're spending on the AT&T bills right now. Money for Verizon's Iphone and money to kill their AT&T contract if they choose to do so. So, as an AT&T Iphone user, why go through the hassle and payments at the moment? AT&T also used another tactic to lock in their customers for another 2 years or so by offering earlier upgrades for 3GS users. Some are able to upgrade to the Iphone 4 a year or so before they're eligible (smart move).
I currently have a 3GS which works perfectly fine, but I do want to upgrade to the Iphone 4. I'm assuming with the work of getting the Iphone 4's ready for CDMA and what not there won't be another Iphone coming out for another year or so..what else can they possibly upgrade on the Iphone 4 though? This will probably be my last upgrade on the Apple Iphone.
What are your thoughts and have you noticed your AT&T upgrade eligibility as of yet?
Ever since I hit the "teen-age" years, I never really had a full night's sleep. I was either on the computer or on my playstation (1). And 10 years later, it's still the same, except this time it's either call of duty or my kids keeping me up. I don't know how I can go on each day with 2-3 hours of sleep everyday and still feel like I've slept my whole 8 hours. Once in a while, 8 hours will creep in and I'll wake up sluggish and slow, moping about more tired than normal.
First time I played Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, I didn't sleep for 3 days. What can I say, it was just that addicting. Also when I was first into the whole making money online agenda, I'd stay up all night nose in the books and eyes on the computer screen trying to find a way to make a "scheme" to create some return in investment. Now, after learning the tricks to the trade, I only do it part time and it's enough for me to grab a few things that I want. My wife?...she takes advantage of it, Lious Vuitton here and Gucci and Chanel there (not my thing).
We bought a Nissan Armada (platinum edition) brand new a few months ago. Loves the car! Hates the gas usage!! We've already taken it to Minnesota and back, Virginia and back a few times as well. from 2-3 miles at start to 8k. The car is nice, very roomy for the 3 boys plus the dvd entertainment system keeps them glued to the screen and their mouths shut. Imagine 20 hours on the road with 3 boys all under 5 years of age!
I couldn't ask for more in life. I have a beautiful wife and 3 handsome boys (they get that from me). We have everything we need, with the exception of our own house to own. But that comes in time and we're in no rush as of yet. I do want my own "man-cave" so me and the fellas (women too if they're into sports) can have our super bowls and championship games. Thats the only thing I want in a house, the rest is whatever she wants. But the House Hunter episodes is making me antsy to get our own place!