We slice and dice the plans, phones and fine print at each major U.S. carrier to come up with 23 reasons you might choose one carrier over another.
This is mighty meager, because at best, carriers get exclusives for a short period. Once Verizon got the iPhone, the era of big exclusives ended.
Of course, the iPhone is only on AT&T and Verizon, so Sprint and T-Mobile are out of luck. In theory a T-Mobile phone wouldn't be hard for Apple, since T-Mobile uses GSM, like AT&T.
Verizon has an exclusive on the BlackBerry Storm 2, while AT&T has an exclusive on the BlackBerry Torch 9800 and Dell Streak. Control your enthusiasm.
This becomes a two-way tie with AT&T and Verizon for having the iPhone, the hottest phone on the market.