On average poor to below average. I say that reversed because most of the time I'm at poor. May have something to do with the airport being two blocks away.Was this review helpful to you?
it just sucks! big time no signal at all, if you're lucky you get 1Was this review helpful to you?
The only time I got reception in the grocery store was when standing next to the meat aisle. There is poor reception in the plaza outdoors. Very shoddy service in this area... I often leave a store and receive several voicemails from people trying to reach me.Was this review helpful to you?
This phone combined with this carrier are awful. Every call I make is dropped. Yes, EVERY call, everywhere. I know someone who has a different phone with Cingular and they don't experience the same problems I do. Perhaps buying a $200+ phone would solve these problems.Was this review helpful to you?
Good reception here. Wish there was a wider area of reception for T-Mobile. My son is in the mountains right now and those with Cingular and Verizon get reception while he does not. Still, I'm happy with T-Mobile overall.Was this review helpful to you?
I have no recetion in my house or around my neighborhood.Was this review helpful to you?
Like other reviewers, I would sat that reception in the Long Beach, Signal Hill area is terrible. Service with ATT was o.k. but Cinguar is a waste of money. A million free rollover minutes won't do you any good in this area. My Nokia (I've had 2and a Motorola) is a paperweight. Good thing the Nokia is supplied by work. (No one can ever reach me!) My personal carrier is Verizon (LG VX600). It isn't perfect, but I pay for this one and I'll stick with them.Was this review helpful to you?
its always good in the long beach area, the only problem is inside of the building. but not offenWas this review helpful to you?
Reception seems to change with in the same room with most companies and phones, so I'm not sure one can extrapolate this to represent a total experienes. However, GSM systems (Cingular / T-Mobile) tend not to have as good of reception as CDMA / TDMA (Sprint / Verizon) systems. Their 'tracking' seems more consistent. For calling / going overseas and for the ease of a SIM card which stores call info, I still prefer GSM service. There will always be sketchy spots.Was this review helpful to you?
Calls drop inside or outside my building. Sometimes no reception at all or calls go to voicemail right away.Was this review helpful to you?