I live on the South Hill in Spokane and I drive around the area a lot. I find that with a few exceptions, the T-Mobile coverage is adequate. The coverage has improved along Hwy. 195 South toward Pullman, and it is decent along Hwy. 2 toward Wilbur. However, off the highways the coverage quickly diminishes. There will be occasional drops, but I have found I can normally get a signal. At least with TMO, you can always connect WiFi at a rest area or McDonalds.Was this review helpful to you?
I've had T-Mobile and AT&T service in Spokane. They're horrible. Just not enough towers for a place this hilly. While Verizon isn't perfect, it's darn near total coverage. I've never not been able to complete a call and only rarely can't get 4G. This is with a Samsung Galaxy SIII, iPhone 4S and 5S and now a Motorola X. The best of the bunch.Was this review helpful to you?
We have poor to no reception and no response from t mobile.Was this review helpful to you?
Consistant LTE and at the very least three bar coverage, never had issues with dropped calls unless way out in the countryside. Good service!Was this review helpful to you?
I am upset with this service we change my phone and SIM still nothing I have a galaxy s 3 and not getting what I pay for makes me want to change servisesWas this review helpful to you?
Best reception out of al carriers I know at Sacred Heart. Rarely dropped calls there though phone often never rings and I get voice and phone messages 20-60 minutes later. All my coworkers say similar. That being said, it is better than att&t or T-Mobile in the building and near it. No reception at my home near moran prarie elementary and no customer service so had to buy a network extender. Data is slow everywhere (3g phone). Price is ridiculous though and hence changing. Don't know who is better though. perfect reception at home with att&t but poor reception at work. I honestly don't think any are good. But if they are all bad, I will have to go with cheaperWas this review helpful to you?
I have a basic phone that has zero - two bars. However, calls and texts always come through. No "no service" messages. The same is true at FAFB. Since it works, coverage is definitely "good enough." I had a Smart phone and it did not get service reliably, so I went back to a basic phone. I'll take reliable service over bells and whistles any day.Was this review helpful to you?
Live just north of Comstock... reception here is abysmal and does not reflect properly on T-Mobile's coverage map. In fact, I was sent a signal booster just so that my calls would would work from inside of my house. Signal strength is poor and data oftentimes doesn't work until I'm closer to I-90 or 29th and Grand. As for the FAFB comments, the signal there is pretty bad. I drop calls regularly when driving near the BX / BK / Gym areas. Further towards the flightline isn't too bad, but data barely functions.Was this review helpful to you?
Do not get reception at house on south hill (not even 1x). Also do not get reception at EWU where I work. So basically the two places I am most often I do not have coverage. It is ridicoulously frusterating. Had my SIM card changed out... no luck. Definately would not recommend Verizon east of Freya on the South Hill.Was this review helpful to you?
No reception inside or out. Must drive at least a mile away from apartment and then coverage is sketchy. I came from Phoenix where coverage is really good to absolutely no coverage. I work from home so if the reviews on this site are correct I will be contacting Comcast for a landline and switching carriers to Verizon or Sprint. Most likely Sprint because Verizon is way more expensive. I had Sprint before and never had coverage problems unless I was out in BFE where there are NO towers whatsoever. And Sprint has affordable plans.Was this review helpful to you?