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So, I called to figure out what the heck the issue was and the lady told me that it was due to a fraud alert. A FRAUD ALERT?!?! What the... seriously? Some information I entered did not match the information on the credit report. I was like YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING!??! Apparently she was not. I was soooo upset.
I went into the AT&T store where I met a very nice salesman. His name was Enrique, and he works at the AT&T store here in Oceanside off Vista Way, in case anyone else wants to get an iphone. He will hook you up. So, anyway... glad I went in. He got me one iphone instead of two, and ported both my numbers over from Verizon, and immediately put my husband's onto suspension. What that did was stop me from actually paying for two lines, and it allowed me to save my hubby's phone number for him on AT&T when he gets home from deployment. I will love anyone who saves me a significant amount of money and this salesman did. Also, when hubby gets back, he gets to go into the store and pick out a 4G iphone. He's going to be stoked!!
So, I am loving the iphone. The network, it's ok, it works but I am not throughly impressed with it like I was with Verizon. I won't lie Verizon blows AT&T out of the water when it comes to network coverage, and clarity. The only real complaint I have with my iphone is that the battery dies super fast. I need to adjust some settings on it though so I don't drain the battery out of it. Push notifications and vibrations are killing the battery. Overall, I love it though. It's actually cool enough to put up with the crappy network. Good job Apple!