My 3 yr old phone died last night and I'm sitting here exploring whether or not to upgrade and switch carriers. I can see others experience is negative, so I'll keep my carrier. Much seems to have happened in the last 3 years because coverage on my personal phone has improved dramatically since I switched to Sprint. Hope that helps anyone landing here, you all helped me decide to keep my carrier. Its important you also check signal access and coverage and your phone's capabilities before switching. Where I live I have access to many carriers. Where I work, only 2 carriers provide coverage to the 40th fl where I work. You can find what coverage is like in your area online (this site) or via apps. Then there's the phone, the older phones with older technology dont work well on newer equipment. So though I'm staying with my carrier I am buying a relatively newer phone (NOT an iPhone) in order to continue my cellular bliss!Was this review helpful to you?
My 3 yr old phone died last night and I'm sitting here exploring whether or not to upgrade and switch carriers. I can see others experience is negative, so I'll keep my carrier. Much seems to have happened in the last 3 years because coverage on my personal phone has improved dramatically since I switched to Sprint. Hope that helps anyone landing here, you all helped me decide to keep my carrier.Was this review helpful to you?
I do not get good service, I have been with T-Mobile for more than 10 years and will be leaving this company as soon as I pay off the Samsung blaze that I have. I can't stress enough how much I hate this company.Was this review helpful to you?
You guys are spoiled brats. Everything must be now, perfect, a dedicated pipeline only for your data. Earth to sheep, most of other countries have service prices set extremely high and coverage is nonexistent. Stop the whining brats, when the stuff hits the fan I want to see people appreciate your luxuriesWas this review helpful to you?
I have metro PCS in the city but when I used to go to mynephews house uupstate I use to get 2g edge speeds but now I get 4g speeds T-Mobile must have improved their coverage or network upstate it seems to have gotten betterWas this review helpful to you?
I've been with both TMobile and AT&T in the last year. The latter has been superior in both call quality and coverage. I used to drop signal completely whenever I entered a building on TM service, and despite the unlimited plan it seemed overly throttled. With AT&T I haven't had any issues anywhere and I get 4G LTE service throughout the entire city with no drop spots that I've noticed. LTE is faster than my home wifi (but that's Time Warner so obviously it's not great anyway). It could just be the phone though. My hubby has a Verizon iPhone. When we get the same text message from a mutual friend, mine will come in between 30 seconds to 2 minutes earlier, and most of our friends are on Verizon too. Make of that what you will. I just dislike AT&T prices, but you get what you pay for. All these unlimited plans look too good to be true, and so far IMHO they are.Was this review helpful to you?
Sprint is absoultely the worst. Unlimited data for unusable service. Internet speeds are slow to non existent. Calls cannot be made inside a building. Calls get dropped all the time when inside a building or anywhere indoors. Please do not fall for sprint's unlimited deception. Anyone that gives Sprint a good review is probably sprint's upperanagement or somewhat related to the ownership of sprint. Obviously Sprint has no morals behind their business. How can you charge your customers a bill every month when you cannot use the service? This is straight robbery and a crime.Was this review helpful to you?
Sprint fails to connect and goes in and out of mobile data. Sporadically it used to get 4G but lately has been 3G only which is erratic, sometimes losing internet completely till phone is rebooted. Calls are not strong and results in struggle to broken conversationsWas this review helpful to you?
Data coverage is pretty good I get LTE most places outside sometimes 3G but otherwise pretty good although call coverage is outrageous it's like I only paid for data. I just can't get any calling reception 60% of the time they are droppedWas this review helpful to you?
My phone is basically useless inside buildings. I'm forced to either use my office phone or head outside to the street to make a call. I've also noticed recently the "red x" next to reception icon on my phone when trying to make calls / send texts while outside. I'm unable to use my phone for a good 30 minutes whenever this happens. My GF has Verizon and experiences none of these issues.Was this review helpful to you?