AT&T refutes the idea that Sponsored Data violates Net Neutrality
1. xq10xa (Posts: 120; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
Is T-Mobile really that bad? I am considering switching and getting that Xperia Z1s....but I don't know how good their coverage is...
3. Carlitos (Posts: 295; Member since: 23 Oct 2011)
Tmobile has amazing competitive prices and plans. However, their coverage is not good. When there is coverage however which is mostly around city's they have decent data speeds and signals. As a matter of fact recent research says their LTE could very well be the fastest among the big 4 carriers.
When i had tmobile however, even when I was in the city it did not have good wall penetration signals, as a result signals and data speeds were weak inside buildings. I don't know of that is still an issue now. Someone can correct me on that.
But I as far as I am concerned once you leave major metropolitan areas their signals and data speeds drop significantly, they are tying to fix it, but it's at a slow pace, but they'll get there in a few years.
2. thedarkside (Posts: 652; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)
i like the deathstar AT&T logo combo. well done, sir!
4. VZWuser76 (Posts: 1196; Member since: 04 Mar 2010)
Like AT&T is going to say "Yes, it violates the law, please arrest us." It's no different then when someone is accused of a crime. Innocent or guilty, there is no basis for these claims and they plan to vigorously defend themselves. It's almost like these mobile companies are the newest reality show. You here pretty much the same scripted dialog every time.