T-Mobile has done me good. I never drop a call and the quality of my calls are all excellent. As a matter of fact I have never dropped a call anywhere I go in San Diego. I even work in an old building made of thick concrete and I still get all the bars on my phone. T-Mobile is the best in my humble opinion for reception in my area.Was this review helpful to you?
Poor-to-no reception within my apartment. I have to take long walks outside to talk to someone. The exercise does help my frustration though.Was this review helpful to you?
After trying Cingular and Nextel in the past (unsuccessfully), Verizon is the only service that actually works in my house and in the surrounding neighborhood (Normal Heights) without dropping calls.Was this review helpful to you?
I get perfect reception everywhere in Tierrasanta except at the east end of Clairemont Mesa Blvd. If you live there, good luck. There isn't much reception from any provider. I would definately recommend Sprint, besides the end of Clairemont Mesa Blvd. the only place in San Diego County that I have never had service was Palomar Mountain School Camp.Was this review helpful to you?
It drops a call here EVERY day in the middle of my commute. If I try to go up fanita to the 125 it drops there as well. I have contacted Verizon about this and while they wrote me a response, after a year, nothing has been done to fix the problem.Was this review helpful to you?
I have always gotten great reception all over Coronado, both indoors and out. The Coronado-San Diego bridge, however, has one tiny spot about 2 flippin' feet in length that drops every single call - 4 to 5 bars both before and after that spot. North Island (naval base) becomes a problem at certain points (namely parking lot across from the NI Credit Union) but it's usually not too bad over there. T-Mobile has always given me the best reception wherever I go.Was this review helpful to you?
For a couple of years now I've suffered with dropping calls, constantly checking for voice mail, and delayed voice mail delivery (2-3 day delays!). Finally, after all the support calls over the past couple years and Verizon blaming me, my hardware, and my software and telling me to update my roaming cabability - I finally got a Verizon rep to come out and test this location. The reason I demanded this was because after all these inquiries they went and put a "Can you hear me now" billboard right next to my place - in a dead area with no signal! What a kick in the teeth I thought. Anyway, the area of Crown Point in PB has now been determined to be a dead spot that they anticipate putting equipment for a better signal in. However, they could not give an estimate as to when this would happen. I'll be surprised if it's in my lifetime. My advice - although Verizon boasts the best network, they can be the worst at spots within otherwise strong signal areas. Be sure to test the signal at your home location or work location before being clamped into a contract with them - since they won't tell you what they are going to do about improvements.Was this review helpful to you?
This phone works perfectly, until you drop it alot. The battery connection on the phone gets loose. I have not found any "dead zones".Was this review helpful to you?
I am very satisfied with Verizon except at my house. I seem to be in a very poor reception spot.Was this review helpful to you?
No reception in my apartment. I am on the first floor but it still sucks.Was this review helpful to you?