Just switched to T-mobile.. and BEWARE that you'd get no to little coverage if you live near somewhere around or near the state st, possibly to the Langdon side as well. It is absolutely ridiculous that you get max of 2 / 5 bars around the campus as well. Shoulda checked some reviews out before..Was this review helpful to you?
The Sprint reception quality is very bad. If one gets connected to a call one is lucky. If the telephone conversation is audible then one is luckier. Data quality is worst. Their coverage map shows the location as 4G LTE highest grade but don't even get 3G coverage. Its as good as not having a phone service. I moved here this week.The phone worked excellent in Boston and whole of MA earlier.Was this review helpful to you?
The call quality is so bad, its very difficult to have a conversation. No way to register a complaint. Somebody help please!Was this review helpful to you?
Have iphone 5. Rarely had dropped calls until a month or two ago. Daily challenge to have a conversation without hearing "you're breaking up" or to get cut off altogether. VERY unsatisfied with Verizon. What happened? Are they decreasing the signal strength so they can push the signal booster for $250-$300? This is ridiculous. Verizon has not been helpful. Just say the cell service must be bad on my street because its good on the west side. Not according to these reviews! Then why Was the signal so good in the past with few if any dropped calls?Was this review helpful to you?
Terrible service. Inside the house or out in the yard, dropped calls, terrible reception / sound quality. The quality is not much better at my office in the heart of campus. Does ANY carrier provide average or better service on campus and near east?Was this review helpful to you?
Very rarely any problem... in or out of house or even basement.Was this review helpful to you?
I'd encourage you to do T-Mobile's test drive and try the service yourself but I've been very impressed since about June with T-Mobile. Took a gamble, since they don't have any stores as of now in the city and ordered online. Service is great most places. Their weak spot is in some of the older, brick buildings downtown, namely on State. But you'll have no problems in many of them and certainly no problems outdoors or while driving. The cost trade off has been truly worth maybe having to step outside for 2 minutes on the off chance that I happen to need to make a call while in a brick building downtown. You see what I'm getting at? Most of the time it's a non-issue. I've had Sprint and AT&T in Madison. AT&T works great, but the pricing is awful. Sprint was terrrrrrrible almost everywhere for me. For comparison, I think T-Mobile is 10 times better than Sprint in Madison (if you're thinking of switching from Sprint, this will be a relief for you). Speeds are great. On a bad day I see about 12Mbps of LTE. Good days I've pulled as high as 26Mbps. For those worried about those indoor brick areas, in 2015 T-Mo is launching new spectrum nationwide which should cover those harder to reach indoor places. Totally happy with T-Mobile. My bill for a single line phone is about $65.00 a month and I was paying about $100.00 a month with the other guys. Oh, plus my streaming music isn't part of my data amount, so there's an added bonus, free Spotify and Pandora!Was this review helpful to you?
Cannot receive calls. No one can hear you talking even when you go outside. What a joke, why aren't there more cell towers for residential areas?Was this review helpful to you?
Decent coverage through out the city but have minor problems in our home. Terrible coverage as you head north of Madison.Was this review helpful to you?
1-2 bars and LTE only. Calls are ok but the internet is a joke. My emails won't download unless I'm connected to wifi.Was this review helpful to you?