I average 1 dropped call out of every 2 when I use my phone at home. If it doesn't drop, reception is so bad that I am forced to use a different phone. So much for my unlimited nights and weekends starting at 7pm. It does not good when I use it at home.Was this review helpful to you?
AT&T Wireless (GSM)
We decided to try AT&T because they had the best deal. We couldn't get a signal in the house at all and on the rare occassions a call came thru it would get dropped. AT&T said it was the phone and exchanged it for the Nokia. Same problem. We are leaving AT&T (we are still in our 30day trial) and trying Sprint. Hopefully we will have better luck since this is our only phone.Was this review helpful to you?
This is a major crossstreet with no tall buildings. No excuse why a major carrier should have a drop zone so large.Was this review helpful to you?
According to my friends' and my experiences. I think T-Mobile is the best in Phoenix Metro. No doubt.Was this review helpful to you?
Words can't express the quality of their service... Perfect!Was this review helpful to you?
In my house, I have to find the good spot and stay still to avoid drop-calls. Any movement, including rotation of your body will cause drop-calls quite often.Was this review helpful to you?
AT&T Wireless (GSM)
Mountain Heights new development. Sometimes I have 1 reception bar and sometimes I have all 7. Whether it's 1 or 7 I can make and receive calls. My Sprint PCS did not work at all here.Was this review helpful to you?
If you live in the new Mountain Heights development don't even consider Sprint PCS if you wish to use the phone from home.Was this review helpful to you?
What a bunch of crybabies. I live in east Mesa, and drive all over the valley on my job, the only poor reception is behind the mountain in Paradise Valley, north of McDonald and Tatum. Everywhere else is good reception all day long. T-Mobile and Nokia work all the time for me. So if you are using a Motorola phone, it's your own fault.Was this review helpful to you?
I had a Motorola v66, and would have drops in my house, and at work. I got sick and tired of it and finally went to the store and complained about the service. The rep suggested I try a different phone, so I got this Nokia 6610 for a 15 day trial. So far, all my connectivity troubles have pretty much gone away in my house and at work. It's great to be back on a Nokia phone. I must say, however, that when I first signed up with T-Mobile I was able to drive from 60 / 101 all the way up to north Scottsdale without dropping a call. Now, I usually drop once exactly around the Tempe town lake on the 202, but I believe it's mostly due to the massive power lines they have overhead in that area.Was this review helpful to you?