Will not receive calls in hose. A little better in drivewayWas this review helpful to you?
The only real trouble spot is where I live. Despite the T-Mobile map saying I'm smack dab in the middle of a strong LTE area I often have trouble even getting HSPA+. Fortunately I have home internet so this isn't a problem. Reception everywhere else around Kitsap County and the rest of western Washington is fine and similar to what I had on Verizon.Was this review helpful to you?
I just switched from Verizon to Sprint. Boy am I regretting that decision. Dropped calls, no data, slow data when I can get it... it's terrible.Was this review helpful to you?
no signal offten, an phone locks up when trying to get service back offten, frusterating as all hell...Was this review helpful to you?
I'm in McCormick Woods and the AT&T reception through my employer-sponsored cell phone is horrendous. Sometimes 1 bar is available, and most of the time the signal is lost if I try to dial out. Frustrating. It appears, from the comments, that Sprint might actually have edge among the providers, though it's not exactly stellar either.Was this review helpful to you?
Usually can't make calls or receive them, or make or receive texts. And according to the Live Chat rep, most of the Port Orchard area towers are down and will be until December 14th. According to this map, there ARE no Port Orchard area AT&T towers! Gig Harbor and Bremerton ARE NOT PORT ORCHARD! He also said my DIL has reception with Verizon because they don't use SIM cards. Untrue - she has one in her phone. They are trying to use any excuse for poor service. I am demanding a refund.Was this review helpful to you?
# of bars varies from 0 to 3, but 95% of the time we have horrid reception and call quality regardless of how many bars we have. It is not my phone as it works fine when I am in the Tacoma / Puyallup or other areas besides home. Despite continued complaints, AT&T would not do ANYTHING about our lack of coverage. After almost 2 years (funny how it is happening now that we are telling them we will NOT be renewing our contract), they finally gave us a one-time $50 credit on our bill. From what I've heard, most other carries have just as bad of coverage out here, so not sure what we will do next. Tin cans and string might work better.Was this review helpful to you?
Had the Blackberry Torch before and had great reception, decided to try the iphone and big mistake! Dont know if its the internal antenna or cell towers but I have no bars to 2 at most of the places I go in my area!Was this review helpful to you?
Reception rating changes daily. Some days perfect on other days - "No Phone Service" all the way from home to Mile Hill road (five miles from home). Come on guys, you make enough off of your customers to do better by us.Was this review helpful to you?
In our home or about 300 ft out, the reception is poor. Sometimes in very good weather conditions we might have 2 bars. Sometimes with no bars we can still make or receive calls. But if we walk up to the road near our house or drive out about 500 ft reception improves dramatically. When you look at a coverage map, reception strength is average to good or better all around are area EXCEPT for where we built our house. I think AT&T would have better reception inside our house but I refuse to sign up with them. Verizon offers the best customer service of any cell phone company I've been with. There are a few towers encircling the town but we're in the unincorporated area with only one tower nearby. It's frustrating using the cell phone service because we never know when calls will go through or drop. However, we stay with Verizon because of the customer service. My other choice would be T-Mobile, but the coverage in my area would be even worse.Was this review helpful to you?