Seems to work better than previous carriers in my house (T-Mobile and AT&T), but I still cannot use the phone in my kitchen or back bedroom... essentially have to stay in living room where there are a lot of windows... .Best of the worst thus far, I guessWas this review helpful to you?
Can't take or make calls anymore. Takes forever for a text to go through and forget about mms as it could take an hour. When I'm lucky enough to make a call all it does is break up. I have a newer phone... Samsung. Galaxy 4 and it is ridiculous they want me to buy an extender for $250. I have been a customer of Verizon's for years but my girlfriend and I are about to switch providers. Unacceptable!Was this review helpful to you?
Calls drop. I have to wander my house in search of signal. Phone doesn't ring, calls go to voice mail and I get message sometimes two days later!Was this review helpful to you?
None of the carrier can work properly inside the building, all the time breaks the call or recive miss call msg after couple of hours, I am tired of ushing different cariers.Was this review helpful to you?
I have always had AT&T, I had it when it was Cingular and then back to AT and T. Never got good service in the house, but one spot, which gave me 2-3 at best. Now I have Apple 3G phone and no service. Finally after much to do with AT&T they offered me the Nokia 520 at no cost (am out of contract), but it is cheaper than being in one. The Nokia 520 gives me 1 to 2 bars at best and that is on a good day. AT&T used to be cool, but they are at the bottom of the list and from what I have reviewed, the other companies are not to much better. There should be a class action suit brought against these companies for selling phones in areas where they know there is little or no coverage. And they know when you buy your phone, because guess what, no home address no phone. This is just another way that big business screws the consumer. AT&T you suck.Was this review helpful to you?
No reception when traveling from Ohio to Pennsylvania, New York. This meant we had no phone, no gps, and could have put us into a dangerous situation.Was this review helpful to you?
Pleased with AT&T service. I do have a few dropped calls once in a rare while - but that could be the phone and not the carrier. Overall I get strong signal (both for voice and data) in Westlake, in downtown Cleveland, and during my commute between the two. I was in Lakewood previously. T-Mobile had almost non-existent signal there. Then I switched to AT&T and it was much better.Was this review helpful to you?
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Voice. Most calls clear. Few dropped. My service requirements includes hospitals, physician medical buildings. Service area is dynamic on any day from Cleveland to Ashtabula to Medina. Text messages. All received though some grouped / delayed. Data service. Most web activity was without issue, though transmission times varied. I have. iPhone 4S with only 3G technologyWas this review helpful to you?
Sure, the price is right but only if you get what is promised in your "deal." About a year ago I received notice that Sprint would be deploying 4G to my area soon! That's great except it never happened and I'm still waiting a year later. Instead I barely even get 3G, and depending on where I am I don't even get cell reception. As a BONUS, I also live half of my year in the Cincinnati area, and the cell reception is just as spotty there. So in two of the top 3 biggest cities in Ohio, neither of them have 4G or a sustainable reception? Sprint needs to get their act together. The only thing they have going for them is the price.Was this review helpful to you?