Perfect reception but two places on Orange Grove and on Sunrise... ... ... ... .but alas... ... ... .Quest will now use Verizon, so I dont know what kind of service I will have.Was this review helpful to you?
I seem to get good reception most places with Verizon, in Tucson and in the rest of the country. Good coverage but not many plan choices and expensive.Was this review helpful to you?
Most of the time, no reception, unless I'm near the windows or on the patio.Was this review helpful to you?
Verizon say they will work on it. Bought T-Mobile pay as you go phone($29.99) Motorola v195, 5 bars inside house. I'll reply if Verizon can help receptionWas this review helpful to you?
Can't get reception in the house and usually reception is spotty even walking down the block away from home. Usually have to drive a couple of blocks away from Richey Blvd.to get consistent service. Most of the time when home, I have to set my phone to roam just to use the phone. Switching to another carrier as soon as my contract runs out because Sprint has too many dead zones in the middle of the city.Was this review helpful to you?
Afte many years of getting good rececption, the last ten days I can not receive calls in my downtown office. Sprint has no clue. I assume that they are having problems with a tower. But who knows?Was this review helpful to you?
This is a poor / no coverage zone for T-Mobile. I've called customer service and they confirm that there are no towers that service that area. Whatever you do, PLEASE do not get T-Mobile. I tried to resolve a coverage issue and they were completely apathetic. Sprint and Verizon work here, but T-Mobile, NO WAY.Was this review helpful to you?
ATT has been OK but not great past 11 months, as of Friday no servce. New SIM card, calls to customer support not yet resolved 3 days later.Was this review helpful to you?
Inside my house or outside my house the reception is poor. Oddly, enough the best reception seems to be in my hallway. My hallway is in the center of my home with the peak of the roof directly overhead. The particular phone in use has an internal antennae, which I'm sure does not help. What little reception is available does seem to fluctuate with the weather. Any storm or heavy weather will shift or manipulate the best reception areas. I am currently looking for a better alternative, either better phone or service.Was this review helpful to you?
I am a student at the unversity of arizona and I have no service in my dorm roomWas this review helpful to you?
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