got Verizon directly now and still have full signal in all of el paso even in the middle of nowhere it will range from 3-4 ( 4 is the maximum bars on the razr)Was this review helpful to you?
I recently went to Mesilla, NM and I brought my old but new Sprint phone ( which I canceled) and my new Verizon phone. the difference was like night and day. in areas where there are many trees on both sides of the roads ( pecan farms) my Sprint would have 0 bars ( still had a signal) or read " SEARCHING" while my Verizon phone sat comfortably on 2 bars and had clear calls and no dropped calls. At Stahmanns a store where they sell goodies ( the store was where the road had MANY trees and the trees where around the store) my Sprint phone read " searching" while my Verizon had 3 bars and again had clear call qualtiy and no dropped calls. Inside the building I had 1-2 bars but still the same great quality. At Mesilla my Verizon phone had 4-5 bars depending where you were in this small town. my Sprint phone had 1-2 bars outside and usually 0-1 inside. and the Verizon phone had 3-4 bars inside stores. Also at a Nursery ( plants) my Verizon phone had 3-4 bars ( still in the road of trees) and my Sprint had 1 the Sprint voice quality was very garbeld ( I can call but it gives me a I need to activate but I can still see the call quality) ALL and ALL Verizon did so much better than sprint. and my my hometown of El Paso Verizon ALWAYS 5 bars and Sprint usually 1,2,3,4,5 the reason why I did all of those is becuase it is that spotty u could be driving and 5 bars for 5 minutes then 3 or 4 or 2 then 5 minutes later 4 or 5 fluctuates a lot.Was this review helpful to you?
Recently switched to Verizon from Sprint, and the difference is night and day. Much better signal with Verizon and only an occasional dropped call.Was this review helpful to you?
I have the old Samsung R2225 that came free with the service 6 years ago. The only problem I have is going over the mountain on Transmountain, but I hear everyone does. It works pretty good everywhere I go... Arizona, New Mexico, Juarez. I was even down deep in the jungles of Michoacan Mexico once, and I could not believe it... the phone rang! Startled, I answered it. It was the wrong number. :) Just this past week I was at La Feria in Juarez, and it worked fine there, display showed it was T-Mobile service...Was this review helpful to you?
I'm always running full cpacity on my signal. No dropped calls, good quality, even data is connected strongly.Was this review helpful to you?
Reception is good but the customer service is full of you know what! I hate T-Mobile and I'm switching to someone else.Was this review helpful to you?
great! 5 bars everywhere literally not kiding but of course inside lowes or home depot or the very bottom floor of a 3 story mall it will go down to like 4 or 3 but usually rarelyWas this review helpful to you?
Terrible. Never was great but has gotten progressively worse. Dropped calls too numerous to count.Was this review helpful to you?
There is absolutely no service once you pass Montana and Desert Meadows. That sucks for me but if you live in the city there's no problem.(except that the phones aren't all that) One really cool thing is that the reception in Juarez is usually pretty good, for those who go often.Was this review helpful to you?
There is absolutely no reception once you pass Montana and Deasert Meadows. That sucks for me. But if you live in the city there is no problem.(except that the phones aren't all that) One cool thing is that the reception in Juarez is pretty good, for those who go often.Was this review helpful to you?