As far as 4G testing is concerned, AT&T and Verizon still outrank T-Mobile. I'm just saying, if T-Mobile's network was so much better and superior to *competitors* networks, they wouldn't continuously be bleeding customers left and right and would be posting gains like Verizon and AT&T and more recently Sprint and would have more than 33ish million customers.
If we are going by largest network, AT&T's 3G network alone is bigger than T-Mobile's entire network now
vs. AT&T with Red being HSPA/HSPA+ and blue EDGE
Garbage is going on a trip and having no 3G and GPRS most of the way. A good steady 1-5mbit/s while traveling outside a metro is much better than 40kbps.
At&t customers hated their network so much, they actually attempted to crash it.
While they are still gaining customers, its slowed, and eventually AT&T will bleed to Verizon, because it's network is still inferior, especially for it's high prices.
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AT&T Network - Hartford, CT Area----Comcast Internet - WTF! CT USA to a server in Rome, Italy!
I was hoping tmo would really ramp up the 4g, come out with many new ads, come out with killer plans, fix customer service etc but looks like they are still taking the slow road, which is sad to see.
Wireless Junkie pretty much covered everything I would say...
AT&T has issues in a few cities... LA, NYC, and SF are examples. However, in many cities, like the whole Detroit area, Chicago, Boston, etc, they do just fine. My AT&T speeds were cruising when I was in the middle of a giant crowd on a nice day at Quincy Market... it just depends on the market. T-Mobile almost universally has poor coverage, with the exception of Florida for some weird reason...
I usually support government regulation, but It is unfortunate that the government over-regulated and killed the AT&T/ T-Mobile Merger
The best explanation of the pricing nutiness in the industry.
Why Sprint and T-Mo will always suck.
The only way to end the pricing insanity is to eliminate contracts and subsidies.
I want Wifi calling on AT&T.
If you text while driving, you're an idiot. End of story.