AT&T reportedly bolstering network ahead of possible new iPhone

When iPhones congregate, it's not unusual to hear a sucking sound – from the mass amounts of bandwidth being digested. So much so, that AT&T cracked under all the Apple weight at South by Southwest.

But the iPhone's sole U.S. carrier reportedly is again beefing up its network – it did so for EDGE before the original iPhone (2G) launch and again before the iPhone 3G – and that would mean faster speeds for all of us.

So the next time you're multitasking with your WinMo phone on AT&T's network, and you see someone with an iPhone, go ahead and thank them. Better yet, give 'em a hug and tell 'em "Thanks, from Windows Mobile." Then back away slowly. You can't be too careful. :)

Via The iPhone Blog

Dieter Bohn
3 Comments
  • since the iphone v2 came out, at&t 3g service in boston has been aweful, simply aweful - so, i hope they can help fix that.
  • Ha! Now give the iPhone guy back his tasteful, buttery soft leather wallet...
  • I just saw an ad in NY for Sprint 4G Now Network. damn too bad apple is not selling the iPhone outside the att crappy network.