Most of the time, I only have one to two bars. Right now after Irma, I have one to no bars. AT&T towers are all over the place and we have only two towers in Fort Lauderdale.Was this review helpful to you?
they need to fix the service for the money that we payWas this review helpful to you?
Unacceptable that T-Mobile hasn't deployed C.O.Ws in response to this storm emergency alerts are coming in delayed, no calls no data no outgoing texts no emergency phone service. How can we communicate with family and emergency response immediately after a storm with no coverage. I know T-Mobile should have the resources for a back up plans. Days after east broward in hit by outer bands of Irma we should not be going through this lack of service.Was this review helpful to you?
horrible reception dropped callsWas this review helpful to you?
Calls are always dropping. People say they can't hear me or phone is breaking up. It has been this way since we bought our phones years ago. It's not the phone. It is the cell service. We complained and received a signal booster but it still happens. Recently our booster died. Now, only more of the same.Was this review helpful to you?
Wherever I go I have good signalWas this review helpful to you?
Just completed a Field Test after visit to AT&T store where they installed a new SIM card hoping that would solve my problems. Range on test is 50-120 dB with 50 being "full service" and 120 being "dead zone". I moved throughout my 3 bedroom condo and readings ranged from 113-118 dB (pretty damn dead). That might explain why I get "searching" and "no service" when I try to use the internet or my phone. Probably also explains why safari fails to connect, phone calls are dropped and phone freezes.Was this review helpful to you?
I am writing this review to shine some new light on "America's Most Reliable Network". Since some reviews on this website are outdated, let this review serve as a bit of an update. I took a holiday to Fort Lauderdale, and I had a horrible experience using Verizon and my mobile network. When I first arrived and my plane landed, I had only two bars and I was still on the taxi way. I was able to receive text messages, but my social media took its sweet old time loading. I end up going downstairs to baggage claim, and I was a bit lost and was trying to make a call but I had one bar of LTE and my calls kept failing. I eventually left the airport (Fort Lauderdale Hollywood) and was on my way to my hotel. There was only three bars outside, and everything loaded adequately. Well we pull into the garage and there's no service at all. Even in the lobby, I had no service. My cousins had AT&T and had four bars at this point. We arrive into our room and I had one, or two bars of LTE that was painfully slow. Basically there was horrible cell service (at least for Verizon). The next day we were driving near Central Beach which is a major tourist area, we were outside and I only had two bars. My cell service was particularly slow here (I blame tethering). Then coming back home, I'm on the departures level of the airport and I only have one bar, I look in front of me and the nice man has an iPhone 6 with four bars of T-Mobile LTE. Verizon is horrible in Fort Lauderdale and I am definitely fed up with everything about the network.Was this review helpful to you?
It was cheaper then ATT but I'd rather pay to have better signal.Was this review helpful to you?
At home, I live on the 10th floor with lots of windows, I can hear the other caller but they can't hear me. Driving around the cell service in not to bad. But very frustrating when you can't make a call from you home.Was this review helpful to you?