I switched from AT&T when I moved here because of bad service. at 1st I had great service. then it started dropping calls constantly. so I bought an iPhone 6 thinking it would be better. it was good for a few months and now Im back to one bar and dropping calls all the time.Was this review helpful to you?
Total dead zone over here, had metro PCS on 40 st and Baseline and it was awesome. Came here it reminds me of Sprint.Was this review helpful to you?
my complaint is they showed a phone stold when new and contract amount paid and they continued to charge 6 mo longer till I caught it on bill,no credit offeredWas this review helpful to you?
This is the third month we do not have god signal... ..cant call voicemail.Code 9004.Was this review helpful to you?
I switched to Sprint after 8yrs with AT&T becuz it was $50 / mo less. I travel in mainly central and north Phoenix, north Scottsdale, Carefree, Cave Creek, and Paradise Valley. 90% of the time I'm not on 4G, it's mostly Sprint's 3G or 1x. Even the 10% of the time I'm on 4G, it's never more than 3 bars. In spite of this, speaking on the phone seems to work ok most of the time(or at least it's manageable). However, the data speeds are inexcusable / atrocious.Was this review helpful to you?
Sprint data in this marketplace sucks. Rarely 4g anywhere and 3g is so overloaded and super slow.Was this review helpful to you?
1 bar mostly occasionally 2 barsWas this review helpful to you?
I have been a Verizon customer since 2001, when I started selling their phones and services at RadioShack and later at Wal-Mart. Back then, I truly believed they had the superior service. but since the advent of 4G LTE, their service has gone downhill. When I am at home, I am connected to my Wi-Fi, but I just checked my signal strength and I have NO bars and a -97dB signal strength, and there's are to cell towers literally a stone's throw away from me! WTF?!?! It's even worse wher I work! Mostly I get a half-assed 3G signal there that drops to 1X! And when I called Verizon techical support, they tell me that the nearest tower is at least a mile away, and I work in a high-traffic business park. Their "remedy" is to have my employer install a repeater in our building. Now, I just tried upgrading my phone before their new pricing model went into effect. I thought I was "upgrading" my phone, but it turned out to be a "downgrade". And for the "next best" phone (which had a retail price difference of $72), they wanted $99. To get a phone that still has an SD card slot (like my old phone) would cost even MORE! So what the "F" am I paying for???? I barely use half of my 2Gb bandwidth allotment, and now they want to charge more! I've had enough, If I were to decide to upgrade my phone later under their new "business model", I'd be paying a monthly phone fee on top of the contract! Just another way to stick it to ya! Verizon, YOU can stick it where the sun don't shine!Was this review helpful to you?
Our neighborhood is surrounded by the mountain where you see the huge antennas on top. Nobody's cell works well here. Almost every call is dropped, incoming or outgoing.Was this review helpful to you?
No issues getting a signal through the entire metro area. Only issue was in my home and it was a bar or so. I went to a T-Mobile store and got a router and it seems to have cured the lack of signal in my home.Was this review helpful to you?