I just had my first dropped call in 7 months... I got nervous but it turned out to be my on my friends end, she had walked into the basement where there's no service. Other than that I've always had perfect voice service. I had dropped calls all the time with AT&T and I'm in an area where their coverage is supposed to be fantastic.
I don't believe for a second Verizon would purposely cause call issues to discredit ST. According to an article someone posted on this board they've gotten over a million new subscribers to their network through its wholesale partners. Why would they risk losing that ?? If they start deliberately screwing with the service they're only screwing themselves.
I see a lot of people complaining that when they had Verizon their service was great... now that they have ST it sucks. Just because ST runs on Verizon does not mean you're going to get the same coverage. Check ST's coverage map before switching... not Verizons. Some people assume that it's the same and find out the hard way it's not.
Last edited by tuffigirl; 04-22-2010 at 09:40 AM.
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