The nation’s second-largest carrier came up last in Consumer Reports carrier rankings this year again.
Its closest competitor, Verizon Wireless, in stark contrast, ended up on the other side of the list grabbing the best title and first place. The U.S. largest carrier had excellent marks for both voice and data service, along with knowledgeable staff.
And while Verizon got favorable rankings, Sprint and T-Mobile had “middling to low marks” for their voice and text services. Still better than AT&T.
Interestingly enough, while overall AT&T came up last, it got the highest-rated 4G LTE network. Its customers had reported the least issues and currently LTE spreads to 103 markets covering 150 million Americans.
source: Consumer Reports via Gizmodo