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Which Wireless Company Are You Using Now? POLL

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by JFB, Aug 30, 2012.

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Which Wireless Company Are You Using Now?

  1. AT&T Wireless

    38.5%
  2. Sprint

    5.1%
  3. T-Mobile

    12.8%
  4. Verizon Wireless

    30.8%
  5. A company other than the big 4 above.

    12.8%
  1. MD Wireless

    MD Wireless New Member

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    H20 and T-Mobile. Both have their advantages. Previously a Verizon customer but besides being CDMA their network does not provide good coverage at my house and I haven't subscribed to landline service since 2006.

    By the way it is not possible to select more than one carrier for the poll so I am just going to flip a coin. :cool:
     
  2. mrjohn

    mrjohn New Member

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    I think att has been the best carrier to deal with and generally the best network overall. After att compensated for the onslaught of iphones, they have given me the best coverage and I take my phone to many different places. Att treats me well and my phone works where I need it to and I spend a little less when compared to what I spent with vz.
     
  3. braddahmarv

    braddahmarv New Member

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    Location:
    Hilo, Hawaii
    My Phone:
    HTC Evo V 4G
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Virgin Mobile
    We first started with Verizon, then US Cellular, then AT&T (all contract service). I later switched to a no contract provider because the monthly payments were beginning to make my wallet shrink...

    1. Tacfone Wireless
    2. Net10
    3. Virgin Mobile

    Am currently with Virgin Mobile when we started using Android based phones. The coverage is spotty around our island, but at least the coverage is great in our immediate living area. I was tempted to switch providers, possibly to T-Mobile (for their wifi calling devices), because I was in need of having a working phone at home. In order to make calls from our residence, we have to find a "hot spot", then stay within that spot to make or receive calls. But now that I have a Bluetooth device, I can leave the phone in that hot spot, and talk via my Bluetooth, without fear of dropping a call while walking about the residence.

    What keeps me here with VM is the monthly rate ($35). For our usage, the price and the data plan truly suits our needs since we don't do heavy surfing with our phones (we have a laptop), nor do we do a lot of streaming over the internet. I have looked at other prepaid services, but nothing could compare to what I'm currently paying. With other providers, it's either not enough talk time (in case I do make a lot of calls), or the data speeds throttles down after going beyond 100MB.
     
  4. josephd

    josephd Tomorrow is another day.
    Senior Member

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    Location:
    MA.
    My Phone:
    White iPhone 5C 16GB
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Verizon
    Currently with Verizon.
     

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