had Sprint since 2006 I got a I phone with them.. Holy hell the service sucks more ass then Donald Trump.. Dropped call oh you wants to down load something just keep waiting.. Hell the phone will time out first... Though yellow balls that they put on their ads needs to be placed up the ceo's assWas this review helpful to you?
I switched to Sprint from AT&T about 2 years ago and it was was horrible decision. The sevice / reception is piss poor all over OKC / Edmond / Moore / Norman / Yukon. Here and there on the Interstate you will be full bars but 90% of the time you are 2 bars or less. Basic web browsing and streaming is beyond frustrating. Don't waste your time and money.Was this review helpful to you?
Great service! Discounts and free data expired, I called back and they were able to add most of it back on. I've never had a call dropped vs AT&T when I had 30% of my calls dropped. Customer service is always so friendly. No drawbacks besides the price ($145 for 2 iPhones with shared 3gb) but you get what you pay for. People are always telling us we pay too much for our phone service, but it's always more reliable and fast. We share less data than most people use by themselves, occasionally we have to get an extra GB, but it's $10.Was this review helpful to you?
Inside my house I fluctuate between 2 and 3 bars, has been the same ever since switching to smart phones. However AT&T has been a constantly reliable signal over most of the State. Great reception where I spend most of my time around Cimarron Turnpike and Hwy. 99. Hallett, OK. Other people around me at that location have signal problems with other carriers.Was this review helpful to you?
I don't even know where to start. Terrible, unreliable, failing, etc. All of these and similar words describe the Verizon network in the OKC Metro. I do not understand why Verizon does not add WiFi calling, like T-Mobile or AT&T. They need it, badly. They say their network is "built out so well" that they don't need it, but that comment is false. OKC Averages that I have found: Edmond: XLTE Bands 4,13 (14Mbps D, 6Mbps U) Yukon: XLTE Band 13 (9Mbps D, 3Mbps U) Mustang: LTE Band 13 (6Mbps D, 4Mbps U) Moore: 3G Ev-Do (0.5Mbps D, 0.7Mbps U) MWC: XLTE Bands 2,4,13 (31Mbps D, 9Mbps U) Bethany: XLTE Bands 4,13 (18Mbps D, 7Mbps U) Guthrie: LTE Band 13 (3Mbps, 0.7Mbps U) Airport: LTE Band 13 (7Mbps D, 3Mbps U) Downtown: XLTE Band 4 (13Mbps D, 4Mbps U) Bricktown: XLTE Band 4 (8Mbps D, 5Mbps U) I have friends who have T-Mobile and they average around 40Mbps D, and 17Mbps U. Definitely considering TMUS. AT&T as well.Was this review helpful to you?
1-2 bars... dropped calls.. lots of dead spots when we travel. . We are looking for a new carrier.Was this review helpful to you?
Sprint is HORRIBLE... .Have to stand outside my house in Edmond to get coverage for calls... .when called they tell me they are waiting fotlr a "part"... .that has been their answer for 5 years. I travel in SE Oklahoma and literally had NO SERVICE for 2 days. After I yelled at them for telling me they showed there was service they"gave" me a $50 credit.Was this review helpful to you?
Verizon is best here on base. Indoors is great due to repeaters but outdoors it can be hit or miss. My device will switch from 3G to LTE to 1x and I have about 2 dropped calls a day (outside only). Texting is great - no problems there.Was this review helpful to you?
Their LTE is great outdoors but inside the buildings on campus it is non-existent while Verizon has full signal. As soon as I walk inside I instantly drop the call and text messages do not send, duplicate, or I never receive them at all. IF T-Mobile gets the 700Mhz in OKC then this issue will be fixed, until then I'll have to use Verizon.Was this review helpful to you?
Sprint sure has improved in the last 6 months. I don't have anymore dropped calls and no issues with data or text messages. I have been with Sprint 10 years now and traveled all around the region with few problems. There is no perfect cell service.Was this review helpful to you?