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Los Angeles, CA 90026 Carrier Reviews & Coverage Maps

1. Verizon 1.9 star rating (1.9 stars | 103 Reviews)
2. T-Mobile 1.9 star rating (1.9 stars | 79 Reviews)
3. Sprint 1.6 star rating (1.6 stars | 105 Reviews)
4. AT&T 1.2 star rating (1.2 stars | 148 Reviews)

Total Coverage 1.6 star rating (1.6 stars | 474 Reviews)
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0 Out of 5 (0 stars) | Beachwood | Winans Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90068 |

I live on Detour Dr.in the Hollywood Hills and I NEVER have 3G service at all. I barely get the EDGE network; maybe a bar and a 1 / 2 if i'm lucky. My roommate has T-Mobile and he has no reception either. His friend was visiting and had Sprint and he had the best coverage of all of us. Not sure about Verizon.

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1 Out of 5 (1 star) | Inside Apt. | Sunset / Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA 90046 |

AT&T is the worse cell phone service provider. It sucks that they sell the Microcell 3G to get better service at $170. Why wouldn't they just fix their service instead of having consumers buy additional equipment for better service? To make matters worse, I purchased the Microcell and it worked for 28 days and no longer worked since then. I spoke with 14 customer service reps in regards to the problems that I was having and it was the worse customer service that I have ever experienced. I was even on hold for 28 minutes and 44 seconds before I even was able to speak to a customer service agent. I put up with their bad service for 10 years and the only reason why I have stayed with them is because of the iPhone. My contract has ended and I don't even care about the iPhone. What's the point of having a iPhone when you can't make calls? DO NOT GET AT&T!

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1 Out of 5 (1 star) | 101 | Holly Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90068 |

I bought this HTC HD2 recently but T-Mobile has very low coverage here, I also tried with Garminfone same result. No 3G at all maybe 1 bar with Edge.

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1 Out of 5 (1 star) | Sunset | North Crescent Heights Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046 |

I live almost smack dab in the middle of LA and walking distance to Sunset and I have HORRIBLE coverage with AT&T. I was embarrassed the other day when I was giving directions to a potential biz partner and dropped the call twice and could barley hear one another when we were connected. He did tell me, "I'll buy you a new phone so you can get rid of that prepaid phone you must be using." My contract ends in Aug and I will be getting the White HTC Evo from Sprint. Bye, bye AT&T.

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1 Out of 5 (1 star) | 110N | Ave 52, Los Angeles, CA 90031 |

I've had an iPhone for 3 yrs now, and I keep hoping and waiting for the reception to improve. It doesn't. I don't care why or whose fault it is, I just want to be able to make and take calls on my cell phone. I pay a lot of money for this service, and yet no matter where I am in LA, I drop calls, never get calls, and get voice msgs hours after they are left ALL THE TIME. This is not acceptable.

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4 Out of 5 (4 stars) | Figueroa | 7th, Los Angeles, CA 90017 |

Reception bars do not tell the whole story. Okay, the reception here, according to my iPhone is just fine. I always get 4 bars or better. However, during the day downtown, I basically can't use the phone. All calls will get dropped within 1 to 3 minutes and data access is slow to non-functional. In the evenings, however, things are fine... no dropped calls and decent data access. So, the problem here isn't reception. The problem is network capacity. During the day downtown, there are just too many people trying to use the network at the same time and performance is horrible. Ever try to make a call at a sports event or another area with many many people? Doesn't work very well does it... . I imagine this phenomenon is similar in other areas of LA.

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1 Out of 5 (1 star) | North Beachwood Dr.And Cheremoya, Los Angeles, CA 90068 |

waste of time. save your money if you around the north beachwood drive area

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2 Out of 5 (2 stars) | E. Edgeware Rd. | Douglas, Los Angeles, CA 90026 |

Calls are dropped all.the.time., to the point where I need to leave my apartment to use my cell phone.

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0 Out of 5 (0 stars) | Wilshire, Los Angeles, CA 90036 |

ATT coverage in Los Angeles absolutely sucks. It is a joke actually. Beverly Hills, few bars. Hollywood, few bars. My house (La Brea, LACMA, Wilshire), a damn joke. iPhone on Verizon 4G, Goodbye ATT and Good Riddance. If there is no Apple iPhone on Verizon, I may seriously say goodbye to the iPhone (and I am an Apple engineer), and hello whoever is on Verizon, it's that simple. I can no longer standby and take ATT absolute crap coverage and blatant apathy. ATT, You Gone! (Hawk Harrelson)

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1 Out of 5 (1 star) | Fountain | La Brea, Los Angeles, CA 90046 |

Unbelievable. I live smack dab in the middle of Hollywood USA, one of the largest cities on the planet, and I am CONSTANTLY dropping calls, losing all signal bars, and unable to connect via 3G with my AT&T iPhone. Driving down Fountain and Sunset Blvds, there are pockets of zero-bar no-service, for absolutely no reason. I would understand if I was up in the hills or something, but we're talking the middle of the city. WTF? I for one am counting down the days til iPhone comes out for Verizon, I used to be with them (til the iphone came out) and would go back in a hot second. It will be interesting to see what AT&T tries to do to retain the mass exodus of iPhone users who have been sick and tired of crappy service for years now; they've had plenty of time to make it right and they chose not to, so lets hope it helps drive them out of business!

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