If you were in doubt, this is the best time ever to switch to Android.
After my contract expired with AT&T and having gotten a brand new 4S, I returned it to the Apple Store and transferred my number to Verizon where I got a Droid Bionic.
Arguably I could have waited a little longer but something like the Galaxy Nexus, but the Bionic sold me on almost every count, enough to make the jump.
My first Android phone was the T-Mobile G1, which was a fantastic phone. A little too bulky, but a really good one indeed. After that I think Android diversified almost too much for its own good, but now it’s coming to a convergence and the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich update (version 4.0) looks fantastic.
So again, if you’ve been tinkering with the idea of switching, go get yourself a new line (on Sprint or Verizon), experience better network speeds, better costumer service than AT&T and enjoy a richer phone experience for one and for all.
More on this topic coming soon.
Update 1: Speed Comparison of my iPhone 4S (AT&T) vs. Droid Bionic (Verizon)