Verizon with the Motorola V60c make a deadly combination of clarity in reception.Was this review helpful to you?
AT&T Wireless (TDMA)
I've had "Average-No Reception" lately due to a faulty Nokia 3360. Changed to my Ericsson R300LX (backup phone) and reception is "Good-Perfect" now. Trying to make up my mind if I really want to go with AT&T's GSM system. My contract has been up, and I just saw an attractive new, 2-year, "Limited Offer" plan that I like. I also want the Motorola V600, but how long do I have to wait. I would move today if I could get the V600 right now, and also "Add a Line". Maybe another carrier will offer something that will catch my eye soon, and that will make up my mind. Ether way, I think with the AT&T / Cingular merge, GSM will only get better.Was this review helpful to you?
Very bad reception on Lampson Avenue from Los Alamitos all the way to Garden GroveWas this review helpful to you?
I am not sure if my probem is my carrier or not, this is my second phone with T-mobil and the reception is worse with the T68i than with the free Samsung R225 that I have. I am not sure what to do, I cannot use this phone indoors. My mother has the R225 and she works at the community center in Carson, and she cannot get a signal. If we are setting in certain rooms of the house the R225 phones won't get a signal, so I am thinking that it is T-mobil that is inadequate.Was this review helpful to you?
AT&T Wireless (TDMA)
Had sporadic receptions around my area. However, when I'm in Downtown LA the reception is rather good....Was this review helpful to you?
GREAT reception w/ Motorola V70.. OK to good reception w/ Sony Ericsson T610Was this review helpful to you?
Very poor reception in pretty much all of Belmont shore on both at&t, and cingular/tmobileWas this review helpful to you?
One of the good reception areas in Huntington BeachWas this review helpful to you?
If you are inside a building such as the Student Union on campus, chances of any reception are very slim. You need to be out in the open away from structures and not in between buildings either to get some reception. At peak times (around noon and 5pm), the network is busy even though you get reception. Either you would need to get away from campus or just wait till the peak time is over.Was this review helpful to you?