For those whose deciding feature is price one would most likely lean towards Androids. Androids operating system comes in
Griffiths 2 a lot of different phones, making a better choice of models, than that of its competitors, which range from free to upper $300.00 with a two year contract or renewal. iPhones, on the other hand, have only one model and confine consumers to the current or previous ones and the prices of all models range from $200.00 to $400.00 depending on the gigabyte chosen. Consumers whom have carriers other than Verizon and AT&T and live or travel outside the country do not have the option of the iPhone. The iPhone, at present, can only be used with these two carriers and is inoperable in the United States. However, Android is currently supported by a number of carriers and is operable in numerous countries. Also, if consumers have pay as you go plans or monthly plans the iPhone is not an option; whereas, Android supports these plans along with long term ones.
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