Originally Posted by Chocolate Lab
Hmm, interesting. Most people I've spoken to say the opposite, that Tmobile is in fine in cities but spotty outside.
Can you ATT people expound on what you don't like? Was almost thinking of switching to them just because I want a Lumia 920.
I think it depends where you are at.
Find whoever has the best overall coverage in your area and go with them.
The wife wanted to switch to sprint so we could get killer deals on new phones but everyone from our general area that had Sprint eventually switched to AT&T because sprint did not have as much coverage in our area.
I think crappy billing, service and other things are part of the equation but in the end I don't care how great the service or deals are if the coverage sucks in an area.
I have not had any trouble with AT&T in the past and just now notice that the 4G is spotty where I did not have trouble prior to 4G phone. So take that for what it is worth.
So from your own personal exp and from those in your general area...find out who seems to have the best coverage and signal strength and stick with them because after all is said and done sometimes the other guys are offering great deals in some areas to make up for other areas and you might have gotten the greatest deal on a phone but if your signal strength sucks (and you are normally away from wifi) than it is all for nothing IMO.
On a side note...when we went on vacation we were lucky enough to have AT&T and we were told it was the only provider in the US Virgin Islands and we had perfect reception and strength to call back home...which was a good thing as it turned out that was when we had that big power outage this summer and we needed to stay in contact with people back home.