As long as I'm somewhat close to the city my reception is A1 perfect. There are many places in the Cleveland area where I get full bars and people that I know that have Verizon or Sprint can't even get any type of signal. Even out in rural areas the reception is at worst, decent. You have to go really far out to lose complete reception, but I'm a city boy so my phone very rarely leaves the Greater Cleveland area anyways. FYI this is all my own personal experience with T-Mobile service not everybody has the same experienceWas this review helpful to you?
I've been with Sprint for 16 years. And also have worked in the same location for just as long. Never any problems with my phones until about 5 weeks ago. All my streaming came to a screeching halt! The only thing I can is listen to Audiobooks (if I download them at home). Been on the phone with Sprint several times and went to the store. finally they ordered me a replacement phone and it didn't work. the upgraded me to the next gen. came to work today... .same problem.Was this review helpful to you?
Bad reseptionWas this review helpful to you?
No reception in residenceWas this review helpful to you?
Metro PCS was perfect in my home. As of April 5th, nothing, very spotty 4G and drops callsWas this review helpful to you?
phone service is decent but data is 1x and very poor.Was this review helpful to you?
Very bad reception, for get about it.ee Rd.Was this review helpful to you?
I had Verizon and switched to Sprint after a third party vendor sold me a bad phone and instead of replacing it free of charge dragged out the complaint by "rebuilding it" until we hit the 30 day window and then they used my insurance to replace it leaving me with no insurance coverage for the next year. And of course 6 months later I dropped my phone and the screen broke. Verizon wanted $600 to replace it. I switched to Sprint and so did my son. We saved $200 a month doing so. At Sprint I don't have to worry about taking out a personal loan to replace a phone if something happens, the insurance is about the same price, the phones are less expensive (about $400 on average), the monthly plan is less expensive, and the service has been great--no connection issues; no billing issues. At Verizon I wanted to go back to owning a flip phone just to avoid the financial risks associated with owning a smart phone (referring to the replacement costs); I even asked to change to a flip phone but they told me I had to have the data line because I had an IPAD. Funny thing is during the conversion to Sprint the IPAD got left on at Verizon and I no longer had two data plans so this two was a little shady. Bottom line, if you don't have to travel to some isolated area go with Sprint. If you have to drive across the desert go with AT&T. If you have business in an area outside Sprint's coverage area go with Verizon but if you do business with either AT&T or Verizon make sure you have $600-$1,000 saved in case anything happens to your phone!Was this review helpful to you?
The signal plays hide and seek. One moment I have something like 2 bars, the another moment its zero.Was this review helpful to you?
Did have service here at my job but for the last week it's been 0Was this review helpful to you?