Reception Ratings-- Indoors: 0 to 1 Outdoors: 3 Customer Service: Very good T-Mobile reception was great in New York City. I work in Irvine (Las Colinas): Dead zone indoors. In my home near Campbell and Hillcrest in Dallas: ditto. 3 different phones had the same experience in my home.Was this review helpful to you?
I have been all over Texas with my T-Mobile Wing this year in 2008 and I have service everywhere I go unless I am in a small town some where in the middle of no where with high Trees.Was this review helpful to you?
Phone shows 2-3 bars until you dial then it drops to 1-2 bars and you better make it quick, because you WILL lose the call in a couple minures or less.Was this review helpful to you?
5 bars outside the house and in the area. 1-2 bars inside the house with a radiant barrier roof.Was this review helpful to you?
I drive from Park Cities to Addison everyday to and from work. I always have 4 full bars, and my data connection stays on 100% of the time. I NEVER have had a dropped call, not even once since I joined verison 5 years ago. I use my phone about 2 hours a day, and still have yet to see my phone say "1X" or have less than 3 bars. I have unlimited data plan, so I always have my messenger program running, and it never logs out, or misses any messages. this is the best phone / service I have ever had.Was this review helpful to you?
I've been with Sprint for a number of years now, and have had relatively few problems with both phones and service right up until buying a Samsung A640, which a Sprint rep described to me as an amazing phone that has plenty of good and helpful attributes / capacities, one of which was its quality of connectivity. At this point, I want to buy a gun and just go to town on this phone. It drops about 9 out of every 10 calls, and gets absolutely zero reception in my office in my house, where a huge majority of my calls are made - frustruates the hell out of me. Each time I receive a call in my office (if it's actually received and my phone rings!), I end up out in the street wandering around in an attempt to keep up with the signal, but it usually ends up with me having to call the person back 5-6 times (or me using my land line instead) each conversation because the call is dropped so freakin' consistently, even when the phone indicates anywhere from 2-5 bars. Also, if I start a call with the phone showing any connectivity, it seems like as soon as I connect, all the bars just disappear for no reason, even though I nor the phone have changed position / location. I guess I'll just stretch out my throwing arm because the Sprint store where I bought the phone is within throwing distance. The worst thing was when Sprint told me to give them a call every time a call was dropped so my account wasn't charged for the call; problem is is that I can't even call them without the call being dropped!Was this review helpful to you?
no service whatsoever if you have ATT / CINGULAR service and are inside the Broadstone apartments.Was this review helpful to you?
"There aren't any towers in zip code 75231. This is a "dead zone."" No, it's not. I was there last night at that same intersection (posting an ambulance in front of the PrimaCare) and had 5 bars. I work for an ambulance company and am all over the DFW Metroplex. I had AT&T and had pretty lousy coverage with the iPhone and the RAZR. We switched to T-Mobile and the coverage has been great, even inside the Baylor hospitals. MetroPCS comes in second.Was this review helpful to you?
AT&T has recently started dropping calls around this area - Notoriously. I have been experiencing this for the past few weeks, prior to that it was fine. I've seen similar reports on this forum. Recently, my calls drop 100% of the time when entering this horrible dead zone. The zone continues all the way to (at least) trinity mills and Vail, and will occasionally drop calls when stationary on Vail St.Was this review helpful to you?
Terrible reception in this neighborhood with AT&T / Cingular. Been bad for the entire 5 years I've lived here. Not sure why, as towers are located on either side of quadrant, but the bottom line is, coverage stinks anyway. Problem is, no one else has any better coverage here. You can be certain that the 1st carrier to give great coverage here will inherit a lot of new customers and as quickly as they can opt out of the old plan. It has become a running joke among the neighbors. Outside of our neighborhood, with the possible exception of Central at the M Streets, I have always gotten great coverage. But my wife can clam the same on a different provider. So, we are really just waiting for someone to improve the home reception and that's where we'll sign on.Was this review helpful to you?
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