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1. Verizon 2.5 star rating (2.5 stars | 34 Reviews)
2. T-Mobile 2.1 star rating (2.1 stars | 54 Reviews)
3. AT&T 2 star rating (2 stars | 64 Reviews)
4. Sprint 1.7 star rating (1.7 stars | 109 Reviews)

Total Coverage 2 star rating (2 stars | 282 Reviews)
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MetroPCS

5 Out of 5 (5 stars) | 410 and Wurzbach | Loop 410 at Ingram Fd, San Antonio, TX 78238 |

I have never had a drop call from metro PCS good service

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Verizon

4 Out of 5 (4 stars) | Just Outside Loop 410 | Eisenhower and Midcrown, San Antonio, TX 78218 |

I've used Verizon for over 10 years. I've never had a problem with their voice or data signals wherever I was. This didn't change after moving to San Antonio in Sept. 2013. Admittedly, their data speeds are a little slow, and I sometimes wonder if they're throttling at times. My biggest complaint about Verizon is price. I very much dislike their move from unlimited data to paying by gigabyte. I find myself having to be very careful about my data usage some months. I've been looking into switching to another provider, but, other than AT&T, no one seems to have decent coverage. I guess you get what you pay for.

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T-Mobile

1 Out of 5 (1 star) | Basse and Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209 |

T-mobile was great when I lived on the Northwest side of town, near Bandera and 1604. Now that I've moved to Alamo Heights, I get dropped calls, moments where there is no service whatsoever, and 0-2 bars when I'm supposed to get 4-5. This happens in my home and outside. I have to travel a few miles to get a strong signal. I don't see the point in having this service if I have to invest $200-$600 for a booster unit. If I'm paying for a service, I should be able to access it. T-Mobile told me they'd check the towers and get back to me in 72 hours. They didn't.

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Sprint

1 Out of 5 (1 star) | Broadway | Basse Rd., San Antonio, TX 78209 |

Every call I get in my office drops within 20 seconds. I'm in a second floor office with a window. I can usually get calls in another location in the building but no internet service. Extremely poor service. It's been very frustrating.

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Sprint

1 Out of 5 (1 star) | TPC Area | StoneaOak and 281, San Antonio, TX 78258 |

Lousy service, Data, Voice, internet connectivity. 15 Year Sprint Customer

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Sprint

1 Out of 5 (1 star) | Nacogdoches Rd. | O'Connor Rd., San Antonio, TX 78233 |

Sprint services - cell, text and data - horrible. Be nice if ads on TV actually work with your services. It is not right to pay for a service, Sprint doesn't deliver and you are locked into a contract.

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Sprint

1 Out of 5 (1 star) | Bitters | Blanco, San Antonio, TX 78248 |

HORRIFIC service. Switched from my parents AT&T plan to my own Sprint plan. Worst decision I could have made. I pay close to $100 a month for horrible data service. I'm a realtor and my business rides on me being able to text, email, and use my e-key which relies heavily on a data connection. My phone switches from lte to 3g hundreds of times a day, and even when it shows that I have 4-5 bars of 3g data, nothing loads. Ever. Such poor service coupled with a customer experience that would be embarrassing even for a third world country. I'm paying my early termination and jumping ship. If you use data at all (most everyone nowadays does) then run as fast as you can into a Verizon or AT&T store. Sprint is way behind with their LTE rollout and it doesn't seem like they're doing anything about it anytime soon.

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Sprint

3 Out of 5 (3 stars) | Texas, San Antonio, TX 78249 |

PLEASE READ IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING SWITCHING TO SPRINT. This is a terrible company. DO NOT SIGN A CONTRACT WITH THEM. I signed a 2 year contract with the iPhone 4S 2 years ago (contract just ended thank god) and it was supposed to be $69.99 a month yet I was paying about $200-300 A MONTH in hidden fees and my service was constantly turned off! And then I would throw them a couple hundred dollars and they would shut it off AGAIN in a week and on top of that charge $45 every time to turn it back on. I'm in the store right now with my dad (who has had Sprint for almost 15 years by the way / / way to be good to your loyal customers, not!) and my sister as I am writing this and they are literally trying to sell us everything, shove overpriced products that we don't want or need down our throat. Like an $80 otterbox and screen protesters that are like 49$, and I am telling them straight up I can get BOTH of those similar / identical products on amazon for less than $10. My contract was up and due for an upgrade and they told me before several times that when I switch onto my dad and sisters plan (we are combining because it's supposed to be cheaper) now they say my plan isn't eligible to switch to his and I can't get a new phone UNLESS I want to pay full price for the phone, or pay full price but just pay the tax upfront and then pay for the rest in full divided into 24 monthly payments. The phone is like $800. When I was supposed to get it for upgrade price since they have been RAPING me of money for the past two years. Ummm NO THANKS! And now here I am using a 2 year old broken iPhone and can't do anything about it even after giving Sprint THOUSANDS of dollars just in the past two years. Plus the data is basically unusable if you're not on wifi. NEVER SIGN WITH THEM! Oh and they were even charging me an exta $5 a month just to mail me a piece of paper aka my statement which was just tossed in the trash every time because I pay online or by phone. I went on the website and saw I was being billed for that amongst many other hidden charges which really do add up fast considering it seemed they were billing me what my original bill was supposed to cost BUT about 3x more $. I am furious and can't believe I even was considering resigning. I just wanted my new phone but nevermind I am good if that's the case. And Sprint just lost a loyal customer. Oh one more thing I have had the same phone number for about 10 years and they r trying to tell me I have to get a new one to switch onto another account AND I will have to pay full price for my new phone on top of being raped out of a lot of money in hidden fees. I hope you fix this problem Sprint. Get your stuff together.

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Verizon

2 Out of 5 (2 stars) | Fm78 | Foster Rd., San Antonio, TX 78244 |

Hate verizon. Dropped calls, phones / ipad lose passwords. Problems connecting to email accounts, and customer service is non-existing. Waiting for contract to be up to switch.

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Cricket

4 Out of 5 (4 stars) | Marbach | 410, San Antonio, TX 78245 |

I need to track my 50 dollar rebate card... I sent the form out about to weeks ago and I still haven't heard anything.

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