I have a Mingle hotspot and LD tribute duo that use Sprint. Here at the house my LTE sugnal ranges from no bars to a few on a good day. 3G is much better and fast enough usually to do whatever I need. LTE is fast enough in off peak times. The Sprint towers are a few miles to the east on 470 if I am right. While the data may get slow or need to be switched to 3G, I have never had a issue making calls on the LG phone. Here at the house the speeds are lower but on the drive into town daily things improve greatly. With a good signal I can see speed test in the 30s but you have to be within a certain distance of a tower. Have even a decent signal and speeds are in the high teens. So if you live close enough to a tower, life is good. Too far away it's not so good.Was this review helpful to you?
Mt T-Mobile account is through 4GAS and I hoped for better results seeing that there is a TMO west tower 15 blocks from my house. Unfortunately that tower sits right on I 70 and when rush hour hits my signal and speed take a nose dive. Early morning till 9 am or so it is usable. No flashy speed test but pages load fine etc. When rush hour hits forget it. Between the rushes it's iffy and then after 7 or so, all is well again. The hotspot and tower are fine when not overloaded. At 12:30 am I had a speed test of 7.88 Mbps down, at noon I'll be lucky to get a few Kbs. By the time I go to work in the morning it is rush hour. I have to say the signal drops off completely quite a bit before we get downtown. There are areas that having signal doesn't mean anything will load on the computer either, it's frustrating.Was this review helpful to you?
AT&T buying Cricket was the best thing for me. I have good signal at the house finally and around town it's great. I've not had a dropped call since the sale and the hotspot always works well. It helps that I sit in the middle of three AT&T towers. One just south of Walmart at I 70 and Tower, another at 46th and Tower and a third in the storage lot at 45th and Piccadilly.Was this review helpful to you?
There is no signal here not even on 3rd floor :(Was this review helpful to you?
AT&T reception sucks! I am so frustrated! All my calls get dropped or the person on the other end cannot hear me! My S6 works fine in the Tech Center, but I don't live in that area. I work there. What to do?! I'm stuck with a contract with a phone that doesn't work! Better off with a Wal-Mart phone.Was this review helpful to you?
Sprint is trash! The need to give refunds to a lot of people. Everybody that I know that has Sprint hates it. Sprint is garbage. I want my money backWas this review helpful to you?
This is the worst cell phone phone service bar none. Sprint continually promises customers in the 80249 area that they will build a tower or that they have built a tower but the cell phone service never improves. Given the amount of business done in this zip code customers deserve to have their cell phone service improve. every customer with Sprint that does not receive the 4G service that they purchased should report Sprint to the FCC! I urge everyone experience in the poor service and poor response to our concerns and the 80249 to report Sprint to the FCC!Was this review helpful to you?
For All those who tell me Just How AWESOME Super Spectacular Denver, CO is. I don't think, many of those folks. Have EVER Lived in a RREAL Major Metropolitan area. I had AT&T in Cali for a decade. Never a Problem. I switched to Verizon. After having a Horrendous experience with Sprint. Like many I had switched because of Price. But that Old adage of You Get What you Pay for. Really Applied. But back to my original thought. The Answer "I" ALWAYS inevitability get for Bad reception is: "Denver is a 10 Market"... .That's WHY you Pay More for Even More CRAP Service! I'd switch back to AT&T in a heart beat, if I thought they were as good as the Big Red IN Denver.Was this review helpful to you?
I switched from Verizon to Sprint due to lower prices as I needed to get a larger family plan to accommodate my brother and his wife. Currently,sprint is average. From home: I can make calls - no problem; browse the internet- no problem; do video calling - no problem. The quality of the voice during phone calls is inferior to Verizon and the Internet speed is surely lower (speed tests for Verizon ranged between 8-16 Mbps whereas Sprint ranges 1.1-8 Mbps). This is not the biggest deal breaker for me as I have never been a heavy data consumer (although I might increase my data consumption with my new smartphone). I don't regret switching yet as I have not had bad experiences as others have. I will update in a month once I have had a chance to go all over town, the mountains, and other cities. P.S. This is my first week with SprintWas this review helpful to you?
Perfect signal both voice and LTE 20gb + Download speed is common.Was this review helpful to you?