Jason Hirschhorn is Tired of AT&T’s Lies

jason hirschhorn Jason Hirschhorn is Tired of AT&Ts LiesJason Hirschhorn, former president of Myspace, prominent New York angel investor and beleaguered iPhone user, is tired of AT&T spotty service and ridiculous claims.

“AT&T sucks beyond language’s ability to describe how much it sucks. 4 dropped calls in 1 min. Keep selling your lies about how robust u r,” Hirschhorn tweeted this afternoon.

iPhone’s are notoriously unreliable in urban areas like New York and San Francisco, where large concentrations of users and limited cell phone towers create a perfect storm of poor cell service.

For reasons unfathomable to Tech Observer, Microsoft has decided to launch its new Windows 7 phone exclusively on AT&T, so subcribers can expect things to get worse before they get better.

Meanwhile adoption of mobile phones running Google’s Android system continues to explode.

android now top mobile os

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