Uhm always interesting when it comes to mobile experiences. I have experienced holes in t-mobile coverage. However I do travel most of Florida
most of the west coast
, ft. Lauderdale, Daytona, and Gainesville with no problems. A lot has to do with a particular area. Was an at&t customer for decades. However, in Englewood or Venice very bad coverage. The at&t dropped calls in NYC
are legendary. My company traded 40 phones from at&t to Verizon because we just couldn't do business (at&t actual was very honest with us).
I travel a lot throughout the NE, south thru Texas
, and the west coast
. I keep 4GLTE without a problem.
I do agree that when T-mobile started out they were the "cheap" carrier. However over the last two years they have strived to become known as the global carrier while understanding that the days of expensive service and roaming charges are going away thanks to IP phones and Walmart.
Having said that, if it doesn't work in your area then don't use it (like any carrier). I hear legitimate complaints about all of the carriers.
If you travel or make and receive a ton of international calls then give it a try.
They do need to improve but I have been seeing them implement these improvements.
One other point. I have seen that the support from the retail stores is not good. Hold over from the old days.
I am surprised by criticisms on the tech support line.
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