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finally at the end of what seemed like a prison term with AT&T... anyone use iphone with Verizon? or Sprint? or anyone using Verizon/Sprint, would like to know if you're happy? how customer service is? dropped calls? any secret clauses they rape you with? etc...


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I love my plan, it's called cell phones suck. I am very happy with the terms, zero dropped calls and the customer service is excellent!! :batman: :rofl:

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for the record Yerflap -- if someone is going to be hard as steel about opinions it's you -- I can count on it like I can count on a brain freeze after downing a slurpee to fast...

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I love my plan, it's called cellphones suck. I am very happy with the terms, zero dropped calls and the customer service is excellent!! :batman: :rofl:


your customer service sucks, it comes with attitude and a smart mouth :frog: :lol:


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yerflap wrote:
I love my plan, it's called cellphones suck. I am very happy with the terms, zero dropped calls and the customer service is excellent!! :batman: :rofl:


your customer service sucks, it comes with attitude and a smart mouth :frog: :lol:

Dammit, you're right...have you called me before? :lol:

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for the record Yerflap -- if someone is going to be hard as steel about opinions it's you -- I can count on it like I can count on a brain freeze after downing a slurpee to fast...

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I have had Sprint for 15 years and can't really complain. I absolutely hate going in to their stores to try to resolve any issue, but from a dropped call/reception standpoint I have been happy. Verizon coverage is not quite as robust in my area, but I have friends with iphones with both carriers and they haven't had any major issues.


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I have been a Sprint customer for at least a decade now... Can't complain about their service and their plans are usually very reasonable (and I have had little to no dropped calls, ever)... The only thing I am not happy about is that they got rid of their Premier program recently which took away a monthly discount I was receiving. Oh, well... Otherwise, no other complaints.


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It really depends on where you are located. I've tried Sprint in various areas and some were good, others bad. Worked much better in cities than in rural areas. I had a Sprint hotspot for work a couple years ago. Worked fine here in Chicago. If I went into Wisconsin to visit the parents, not so good.

Most phone stores will let you borrow a phone to try out in your area.

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I live in a weird pocket where the only provider with reliable coverage at my house is Verizon. But I've used Sprint, AT&T, Voicestream(T-Mobile), and Nextel(now Sprint) in the past. All of them were unreliable at my house, but I got to know more about them around town too. AT&T totally sucked. Lots of dropped calls everywhere. T-Mobile and Sprint/Nextel were better, but not perfect. With Verizon, I experience virtually no dropped calls, and can always get a signal at my house without going upstairs or outside to do it. I hate all of them for all the reasons everyone else does, but at least Verizon signal has been flawless for me.

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yerflap wrote:
I love my plan, it's called cellphones suck. I am very happy with the terms, zero dropped calls and the customer service is excellent!! :batman: :rofl:


your customer service sucks, it comes with attitude and a smart mouth :frog: :lol:


:bravo:

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I agree with Rich, AT&T seems to be the only one that works well for me where I live, also when I visit the in-laws in Oregon my phone works better then there satellite internet.


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AT&T works best for me in Chicago and when I travel.

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Oh sorry, I am exhausted...I looked at this quickly and thought it said onions welcome.


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Oh sorry, I am exhausted...I looked at this quickly and thought it said onions welcome.


:lol:


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I have an iPhone with AT&t; customer service is awful and it's expensive, but they are the only ones who cover us up in the mountains-- the new iPhone is much better than the version I had before with no dropped calls, but it's way too easy to flip the tiny ringer off button on it, so I miss most of my calls. BP has a brand new blackberry that was awesome the first week he got it, but now it won't hold a charge and freezes up....lots of drpped calls too, but I think that might have more to do with where you are.
btw, had Verizon when we were in FL-- great customer service, but more expensive


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Miskat wrote:
I have an iPhone with AT&t; customer service is awful and it's expensive, but they are the only ones who cover us up in the mountains-- the new iPhone is much better than the version I had before with no dropped calls, but it's way too easy to flip the tiny ringer off button on it, so I miss most of my calls. BP has a brand new blackberry that was awesome the first week he got it, but now it won't hold a charge and freezes up....lots of drpped calls too, but I think that might have more to do with where you are.
btw, had Verizon when we were in FL-- great customer service, but more expensive



If you put a bumper on it the button is hard to hit.

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