I used to have Verizon. Only complaints are high cost of phone plans. It runs about $100 + per phone. and you have to commit to a contract. Can't upgrade until they say without cost! T-Mobile now.. Always no service and drop calls. Can't move around the house when on the phone or office. Text don't go hardly ever... some days its good! but only for a brief moment. The customer service is excellent... But its the phone service I want more! I guess you get what you pay for. its funny you get more min.. but what good is it if you can't even use it> I think that is where they get ya!Was this review helpful to you?
We use to have Verizon, it dropped calls quite often, but being a long time loyal Verizon customer for many years we put up with the drop calls. Least till Verizon ended up lying to us to get us to upgrade service and charge us more money then was agreed to over the phone. We finally had enough of Verizons practices and switch to Sprint. Luck would have it, Sprint ended up having a better signal and very rarely drops a call if ever? So far haven't caught Sprint lying to us either! Honestly over all from my experiences it's hard to beat Verizon for long distance map coverage, AT&T probably comes in second! Long as your staying in the city limits Sprint is alright, but don't expect much outside city limits!Was this review helpful to you?
Service has gotten terrible in Camas / Prune Hill area. Little to no reception. Time to switch to Verizon I guess.Was this review helpful to you?
Have had T-Mobile for years and although service isn't perfect, customer service and pricing is great! $80 bucks a month for two phones with unlimited everything is a pretty great price! Data is a little slow, but the tower refarm should improve that. Most areas in the Portland region already have iPhone 3G coverage. Overall I love tmobile... .. Gets the job done for a low price!Was this review helpful to you?
Service is sporadic and low quality. No cel phone service for Sprint or AT&T.Was this review helpful to you?
We can get up to 3 bars, but it's just a tease because we get NO! reception from our home. We have to drive about a mile down the road to get voice mails or calls on our cell phones.Was this review helpful to you?
Spotty signal, works poorly in structures. Generally an extended network connection, with no native coverage as of 2 / 08. The CDMA signal is on the Oregon side of the river.Was this review helpful to you?
My calls drop all of the time--I can't call someone as I leave my house in downtown Camas, because as I drive out of town, the call will get dropped 95% of the time. Once I hit the Hwy. 14 my calls drop every 2 miles or so. It's a big joke to my family that I have to constantly redial them, but I just find it annoying.Was this review helpful to you?
Have tried 4 different Cingular phones here (Nokia, Motorola) never get more than 1-3 bars and 3 lasts for a few seconds only. phone cuts out most timesWas this review helpful to you?
Cingular sucks. 3 to 5 bars doesn't mean you can call; the network won't let you on or drops you. I was a long time AT&T customer who wanted to have a family plan for 3 phones. Cingular insisted I convert to Cingular. Service was much worse; my wife refused to even consider using the new phones. One of the new phones died; Cingular told me to send it to Motorola for service. We bought a new phone with no discounts from Cingular. We moved from Portland during this process; Cingular was fine sending our old AT&T account bills to our new address, but new Cingular account bills were sent to our old address... .and we didn't get them. A late payment letter arrived Saturday, September 3. We called Tuesday, September 6, and were told to pay for two months service by September 23. We sent a check September 6, our service was cut off September 7. We changed to Verizon. 8 cell phones for 3 people bought in the last 8 months. Amazing.Was this review helpful to you?