I was on AT&T for awhile. The allure of much more widespread LTE access and the carrot-on-a-stick of VoLTE, combined with AT&T's "meh" approach to an email or two as well as Verizon's rep for wider cell coverage, convinced me to switch to Verizon a year ago. While on Verizon, I have had fragments of texts over 160 characters go missing, particularly out of network. Not just not concatenated -- I understand Verizon's CDMA network may not behave ideally with AT&T's GSM network in that regard -- but unpredictably gone. I have also had multiple people on the other end of a voice call tell me I sound distant and/or muddled when on Verizon. Neither of these things happened on AT&T that I can remember. That's got me thinking about switching back. And getting a 5S (currently on a 5). RootMetrics has not tested my city (but gave AT&T an across-the-board advantage in one an hour away). Third party app "Coverage?" clearly shows wider VZW LTE availability around me as compared to AT&T's HSPA+ and LTE combined. No surprise there. Verizon is the popular carrier here, so the sheer number of measurements may be biasing apps like OpenSignalMap and Rootmetrics. That's compounded by a more recent AT&T LTE availability in my area. What say you, MacRumors? Stick with Verizon for network spread or go back to what (mostly) worked for a long time?