(Posts: 1940; Member since: 03 Oct 2015)
I chose my career based on, network speed, coverage and price. Tmo FTW.
(Posts: 736; Member since: 14 Dec 2008)
What coverage? Stay close to a major city or highway or else there won't be any with T-Mobile.
(Posts: 1940; Member since: 03 Oct 2015)
You obviously haven't looked at recent coverage map.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGAJ1iEHNt8 Watch this then go search your andress herehttps://www.t-mobile.com/coverage-map.html?icid=WMM_TM_NTWRKVRZN_YZWTI9GW5I73939
And I am still waiting for T-Mobile coverage in my state.
(Posts: 78; Member since: 11 Dec 2011)
I don't know I don't believe in the coverage area from tmo. I live in NYC me and friends went skiing up at Hunter last weekend. My friend has tmo and he did not have service until we were pretty much on the Turnpike coming back to NYC.
(Posts: 798; Member since: 12 Apr 2012)
Verizon never get another dime from me.
(Posts: 7; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
I have to say verizon is not what is use to be. When Verizon 4g came to my city, Santa Cruz, CA speeds were in the 24 mbps roughly. Fast forward to today speeds are as low as 0.4mbps. I have talked to Verizon customer service answer is too much congestion in my area, new towers are being proposed but no time frame. This has been ongoing in my area for a year and a half. Customer service also told me that they won't really do anything unless more people report issues. Been with Verizon for 12 years, will be moving to another carrier as soon the note 6 comes out.
(Posts: 2084; Member since: 14 Jun 2013)
If they consider Santa Cruz, and the surrounding Monterey Bay area, to be "too congested," then they were asleep at the wheel.
(Posts: 814; Member since: 03 May 2012)
i guess you didnt read the article or title. fate
(Posts: 880; Member since: 27 Aug 2009)
Verizon is a mixed bag. I live in a well populated area, with all carriers having coverage pretty much everywhere. I've found that Verizon is consistantly worse than the GSM carriers, especially when indoors. At my house, Verizon has faster speeds, but their voice quality isn't as good as my T-Mobile line. When the wife and I travel to places like Myrtle Beach, or Disneyworld, there were so many places where my Verizon phone was maybe on 1X, and her phone had the faux 4G, or LTE. The contract on my Verizon line is up in June, and I'm switching carriers. No more Verizon nonsense.
(Posts: 391; Member since: 12 Nov 2012)
exactly same here in los angeles!
Gsm either in att or tmobile work better than verizon . IN parks like six flags , disneyland, knotts and raging waters verizon is usually on 1x and having a hard time even staying on 3G . And dats is BAD . While both att n verizon have that faux 4G or 4G lte and work a lot better. Perfect example too im going to Elac and theres some classes below the 1st floor many people that have verizon have 1x or no service while att n tmobile work fine underground and in the elevators they even get lte .
(Posts: 280; Member since: 09 Jun 2012)
My tax dollars hard at work! Way to go Los Angeles Unified School District! Such an eloquent use of the English language.
(Posts: 756; Member since: 23 Feb 2009)
all carriers are a mixed bag you just need to find out what works based on where you go. And as a FYI i was at Disneyworld2 weeks ago and my Verizon worked just fine in Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios.
(Posts: 9; Member since: 04 Mar 2013)
Verizon may be the #1 who cares AT&T works for me best. ...plus unlimited data on all the lines $180 +tax
(Posts: 1514; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
I am a Windows smart phone fan/user and for us Verizon is one of the Worst folks to work with. they dropped the Verizon Icon and no longer sell the Nokia Lumia 928 their 2 Flagship Windows smart phones. This means Windows smart phone fans on Verizon HAVE NO
Flagship Windows smart phone to upgrade to. Microsoft sales department also has a bad attitude towards Verizon that Microsoft must overcome. Microsoft should have offered Verizon the Microsoft Lumia 950 XL since AT & T only wants to sell The Microsoft lumia 950. Verizon sells ONLY Android and APPLE Iphone Flagship smart phone Verizon tried to upgrade me to them and i told Verizon reps I do not want them and to contact their CEO and get Microsoft to make them a Verizon Flag ship smart phone that Windows smart phone customers can buy and use on the Verizon network, Windows smart phone fans are hurting bad on Verizon
(Posts: 1; Member since: 04 Mar 2016)
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(Posts: 1031; Member since: 11 Feb 2010)
I had AT&T for years, but recently switched to T-Mobile because of price. I was paying over $340/month for 4 lines at AT&T..........Its now $260 with T-Mobile and I like their service. It has come a long way and I havent had as many issues with T-Mobile as Ive had with AT&T recently
I feel like paying for cellular service depends on preference and experience. I dont trust Verizon and I've had too many bad experiences with Sprint to go back to them.
(Posts: 37; Member since: 25 Feb 2010)
I would rather have a little less coverage for a company that treats people better. I took my parents from them to an AT&T MVNO. Two reasons, it was $80 vs 30 for two flip phones, but the second was they refused to unlock a FLIP PHONE that I was going to give to someone in need, a FLIP PHONE!? for customers that have had them since 1992, they lost them over a $10 phone and didn't seem to care. I took my business elsewhere because of a similar outdated policy and they wouldn't unlock a $100 prepaid phone for me to use on postpaid WTF, lets see I unlock a phone that costs me $130, their costs are $100, and it would be $120 a month. Basically lost me over $30. This is on top of multiple other issues, they REALLY do not care about customers or even money I guess.
Verizon is the top ranked wireless carrier in the U.S. says J.D. Power; Computerworld survey differs