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Basically, I switched from AT&T because of constant problems that I have experienced on their network, here where I live, (a fairly sized city), there are at least half of the population on AT&T due to the iPhone, and what makes it worse was that there are actually only 10 cell towers in the entire city. Back in 2010 (and early 2011) when I had AT&T service, I rarely got coverage in my home, and when I did, I never got 3G; and just for comparison, I currently have Sprint on a 3G only device and I get around 1.2 to 2.4Mbps down which beats EDGE any day; I got a lot of dropped calls, unsent text messages, etc. I am also going to mention their customer service, whenever I have a problem, and call AT&T, I usually spend an hour or two waiting for a representative to pick up, which is insane. What I hated about AT&T the most was their data plans, and I realize that the updated plans are somewhat better but I tend to use over 30GB of mobile data alone in one month; I had the 2GB plan, and I always went over it which led to a over-$100 bill.
Ever since I switched to Sprint (I also tried T-Mobile, which is one of the best GSM carriers in my opinion); I started to enjoy using my phone more since I never had to worry about whether or the not the network worked or that I may have blew threw my data tier.
1 year ago on Got A Problem With AT&T? Wake Up, This Isn't 2008 Anymore