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Around August of last year, Wired held a global survey in which iPhone 3G users around the world were asked to record the 3G network speeds on AT&T's network. The data was then mapped out on a Google map, and the results were fascinating. Now they're at it again, but this time it's open to all smartphone users.
AT&T is back with another customer survey, and it may be the most useful survey of theirs yet. This time they're asking iPhone and iPhone 3G owners what features they would like to see added to the iPhone in the future. For the most part, it seems to be a follow-up to a survey done not long after the iPhone 3G's US launch.
In an attempt to better understand customers' feelings toward the iPhone 3G and the experience that goes with it, Apple has begun sending out customer-satisfaction surveys through the feedback agent Medallia. The survey asks questions like if you've ever had your iPhone replaced, if it's your first Apple product, and if you're a Mac or PC user.
On August 14th, Wired.com asked iPhone 3G users around the world to test their network speed at their location and submit it so they could document network speeds around the world? Well, since then they've gathered information contributed by over 2,600 participants around the world, and they just finished compiling their findings.