Im gonna be a positive voice for Verizon. I have had T-Mobile and yeah its a little bit cheaper but not by much. I get great signal with verizon. T mobile was super shotty with the LG g5. Now I have the iphone 6s and I get service pretty much anywhere. Sometimes it drops to 3g. No big deal. I guess now a days people arent satisfied with anything. Verizon is expensive but you get what u pay for I guess.Was this review helpful to you?
We have never had a problem. Occasional dead spots when driving around.Was this review helpful to you?
Reception is terrible in my home. Can't use my phone, drops calls, can't hear person talking and they can't hear me. Very disappointed with AT&T! :( :( :( Never ever had a problem with VerizonWas this review helpful to you?
Reception is terrible in my home. Can't use my phone, drops calls, can't hear person talking and they can't hear me. Very disappointed with AT&T! :( :( :(Was this review helpful to you?
I've had Verizon service for a few years, never a problem with reception. Data transfers can run slow especially when on the move, and my phone is always in 3G instead of 4G, but speeds are acceptable at home. I use the Verizon hotspot when cable internet goes out, its equally fast.Was this review helpful to you?
Verizon considers Gilbert, AZ a low access area and expected me to have no service or bad service. I was told I could buy an antenna for my house. They knew it would be bad service, nobody mentioned it when signing me up, but this is the answer I got all the way through the store manager and the manager at customer service. Spent 3 days on the phone with them for about 5 hours each day. Nothing fixed and never will be.Was this review helpful to you?
My house seems to be the epicenter of a cell service dead zone for Verizon. It hasn't always been this way, but in the past several months I get either no or very weak reception as I enter my small neighborhood just NE of 52nd St. and Doubletree, and I get limited or no reception in my home. I am heading out right now to find a new carrier.Was this review helpful to you?
Have been using cricket for several months, they're an "MVNO" (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) that has recently been officially acquired by AT&T so-to-speak. Nevertheless ever since paying a $17 difference to upgrade from $35 Unlimited plan with only 2.5GB data to a truly "unlimited" High-Speed for $65 with AutoPay. In the middle of my service period. So far I've used over 15GB of data with no slow down at all :)! Consistent 8-10mbps down, and I've seen the upload as high as 22mbps! Which is great for if your backing up data, or do alotta web development. (Or for the NSA Surveillance to get your phone's data quick to Data Farms the state over ;) (LOL-Laugh it up!) Tho for $65 it beats the socks off of "CenturyLink" a local telecom / DSL provider for which has recently Provisioned to even slower speeds in Fountain Hills from 7mbps for a few years the fastest they offer to my residence is 5mbps down, and even after line quality tests they're a joke. I'm very much content with Cricket as is the same coverage as AT&T Pre-paid / contract suckers. Tho because cricket is an MVNO AT&T do technically have higher priority, and most likely slightly faster downstream speeds, etc! :) - KWASWas this review helpful to you?
Very poor reception in this areaWas this review helpful to you?
I am in a building 150 feet from a tower and I can't get a steady bar, not even 1 bar at this location. I go outside and have to do that walking around to get reception, which can't find. I review the T-Mobile map and it says strong signal. With not so strong indoors. 1) drop calls 2) text message not sending 3) no reception at all I am right next to the freeway, I walk out of the office and freeway right there.Was this review helpful to you?