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This is actually a funny article. I enjoy the banter back and forth. Verizon is not perfect, AT&T is not perfect neither is Spring or T-Mobile. But it does very much depend on the region you live and work in. I spend a great deal of time in New York City and I have never got over 1.5Mb on my HSDP+ device, which I have a 7.3, 14.4 and 21.8 devices. And that speed was on a good day, most days it was slower. In Nashville TN, AT&T is really good, but if you leave the city, it gets pretty back. But so does all the others unless you have the Sprint Nextel Phones.
I spend a great deal time on the Gulf Coast, Pensacola, Mobile area. And AT&T is just okay. Verizon is the best, works every where. And T-Mobile is good as long as you stay in the main area. Atlanta, All the carriers are good.
So do not complain when someone complains about your network, as in their area, or even their service might be bad. Service does not only depend on the network, it depends on the user, what do you do with your phone. The phone is important. Not too long ago, I had a Motorola Razer on Verizon, worked great in the Palo Alto area but once you drove into San Jose or San Francisco, Terrible service, replaced it, and got the reverse, Bad reception in Palo Alto where I worked, but great reception in San Francisco. So there is a equipment (Phone) factor.
So if someone complains about AT&T then they just might being have terrible problems and live next door, and you have great coverage. So you need to stop complaining about complainers. As if people do not complain, then the carrier can not improve their network.
And the reason I have used all the carriers recently is I live in Europe, but travel to the US a great deal for work and family. And I have a Sprint, Nextel, several AT&T (1900) and even several T-Mobile phones, and a couple of Verizon phones.
but in all my travels in the US, Verizon has always seemed to have the best overall coverage and service. But it is by far the most expensive. I have started staying away from AT&T as they only really like to deal with contract user. When you want no-contract it is very expensive, and very short on Data and Voice minutes.
T-Mobile by far is the best for a person coming to visit the US for a month or less. It is cheap and readily available
So stop complaining about the complainer.
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