T-Mobile - bad signal slow data. AT&T - bad signal slow data. Verizon (not smartphone) - bad signal. All have poor, garbled, choppy voice quality, dropped calls. "Customer care" (all three) say I'm too close to too many tall buildings. THERE ARE NO TALL BUILDINGS NEAR HERE! We've been in this area for ten years, had several different high end phones and different carriers, all with the same issues. I contacted 611 a few times a year for the past TEN YEARS and all I get is made up excuses from other states or even other countries. Customer service should be localized and know and understand the layout of the land and cities. This way customers could possibly get better help instead of BS answers like "tall buildings" where there are none. Also, more jobs for Americans wouldn't hurt anything..Was this review helpful to you?
Voice is in and out bad serviceWas this review helpful to you?
Data is scratchy at best both locations. Terrible service.Was this review helpful to you?
One, maybe two bars and slow service on 91st corridor with dropoffsWas this review helpful to you?
I've had US Cellular service for around two years now, and I have to say I've had zero issues with reception, no dropped calls, and blazing fast 4G service. Their customer service is honestly the best I've experienced. I had AT&T for several years before that and didn't have any issues with service, however customer service was atrocious. I feel like Sprint gets a terrible rep, but they're not bad, at least in the Metro area.Was this review helpful to you?
T-Mobile is improving rapidly. Previously I would drop to worthless 2G EDGE or GPRS when I drove in any direction away from the city limits. Now, most of those towers have been upgraded to LTE. T-Mobile still has issues with in-building coverage and fringe coverage in rural areas where AT&T will barely cover an area with 1 bar of 4G (T-Mobile will get No Service in these areas) but T-Mobile's much faster network and much better plans make this trade worth it in my opinion. I get the fastest speeds with T-Mobile in Tulsa (Verizon is a near second). If you need fringe coverage for voice (those really really rural areas in the sticks) I would choose Verizon. AT&T, US Cellular and Sprint are poor choices these days. Ranking networks on Speed I would rank them in this order 1. T-Mobile 2. Verizon 3. AT&T 4. US Cellular 5. Sprint Ranking networks on rural and in-building coverage in the sticks I would rank them in this order 1. Verizon 2. U.S. Cellular 3. AT&T 4. T-Mobile 5. Sprint If all things were equal on cost, Verizon would be the best choice but seeing as how they definitely aren't (T-Mobile's plans are a vastly better value) and how hard T-Mobile has been working in this area to improve their network and coverage (especially their rural coverage) they have earned my business.Was this review helpful to you?
We've been with US Cellular for 20 years but can't wait to switch! Signal strength... 1 on a good day! Low signal strength is a new problem but it's a huge problem. Seems to have worsen since March 25th storm or since latest Samsung upgrade. If anyone lives in the Berryhill area please let me know if you have the same issue and if not... .what carrier do you use?Was this review helpful to you?
Verizon has excellent service throughout the Tulsa area. With all other carriers their LTE speeds have slowed with time if you can connect to LTE at all (looking at you AT&T and Sprint). I nearly always have an LTE signal with Verizon and its always fast (6+mbps, usually around 10-30). Verizon has XLTE (AWS, band 4) near TU and I can actually use my phone at the stadium, (even when OU or OSU comes to humiliate us (I mean visit) and the stadium is full), with great speeds. I love the new VoLTE HD voice with my phone. It has improved their call quality tremendously, (which was my one major beef with them previously).Was this review helpful to you?
I get perfect Verizon coverage all over the state. My only problem with them is the piss poor customer serviceWas this review helpful to you?
I love T-Mobile been with them for 11 yrs no problem.Now in rural area only 2g but I am hoping in 2015 that will change.Was this review helpful to you?