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Consumer Survey: Sprint = Biggest Loser
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Kristin Burnham
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Kristin Burnham,
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11/22/2013 | 3:41:15 PM
Verizon vs. AT&T
Satisfaction between AT&T and Verizon has mostly depended on where I was living. Some areas have better service than others, though I've never been particularly dissatisfied (or overly satisfied) with either. I don't think I know anyone who uses or has used Sprint.
Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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11/21/2013 | 6:36:23 PM
Re: sprint....
What do people think of T-Mobile? I'm considering abandoning AT&T.
Alex Kane Rudansky
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Alex Kane Rudansky,
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11/21/2013 | 3:49:23 PM
Biggest loser
Not surprised to see Spring is the "biggest loser." All the anecdotal evidence I've heard points in that direction, with VZ coming out on top.
Inverse137
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Inverse137,
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11/21/2013 | 12:59:53 PM
sprint....
Yeah, my contract is up with sprint in January and I am 63% certain I am not reneweing.  Their data coverage is horrible....and I am in a 4G LTE market.  My t-mobile pay as you go phone gets 5x faster download than my sprint LTE service ....if I can ever connect on LTE.  And the t-mobile Nexus 4 is only 3G!  I usually end up turning of LTE on my phone because it connects but the signal is so weak I get no data service whatsoever.


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