SPRiNT SUCKS ‼️Was this review helpful to you?
Terrible just terrible. Been a Tm customer 7 years but since I move to Hilo, it has been horrible. I considering to see Verizon.Was this review helpful to you?
Better reception with iPhone 5, calls. Data seems faster, but waiting for LTE.Was this review helpful to you?
Have good reception, living next to utility poles.Was this review helpful to you?
Update on Kaumana Drive / Waianuenue, Carvaljo Park area: as in 2006, cell reception for T-Mobile is terrible. Also tried Sprint with even more dreadful results. Voice calls drop, data access is non-existent. Now using Verizon LTE Jetpack for net access, wifi calling - two bars out of five (but at least Verizon went to the trouble of putting a true 4G [LTE] network in Hilo! No other carrier has bothered.) Best choice (and I've now tried all major carriers) - AT&T. Local MobiPCS also has good signal strength, but BEWARE! They are LOCAL only! One is allowed only a limited time on Roam outside the Hawaiian Islands!Was this review helpful to you?
I have called AT&T and told them that alot of my fiends and I always get drop calls or network failures. They asked that these people call them so they know that I am not the only one who is getting dropped calls or network failures. That didn't help because AT&T is still insisting that everything is okay and can't understand why we are getting dropped calls or network failures. GO figa! AT&T's service is lousy.Was this review helpful to you?
Reception is very good, but expected as this is in a high commercial area. Switched over from Verizon, whose signal was very poor. In many situations, no call will come through, but phone would register a missed call.Was this review helpful to you?
Every call is eventually dropped, sometimes after a few seconds, sometimes after several minutes. Reception varies dramatically over time even while stationary, and is worse during rain. Sometimes sound is cut off for many seconds even while the call continues.Was this review helpful to you?
Reception is very good except for a black hole near the Rainbow Falls entrance area -- otherwise loud and clear reception with good transmission outgoing. T- Mobile is the best for Hilo and nearby areas.Was this review helpful to you?
Verizon has spent millions advertising, but have not spent any money on towers for Hawaii. Don't be fooled by the "can you hear me now?" because you can't. The coverage by Verizon in East Hawaii is minimal and I am going to try cingular.Was this review helpful to you?