I currently have a Nokia Lumia 925 on T-Mobile that I really like except for a couple of issues: reception is rather iffy on it and the music experience is just plain horrible. My JUMP upgrade is coming early next month and I'm really considering using it. Only a few phones really interest me, namely the Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (I used to have a Note 2), the iPhone 5C, and iPhone 5S. I've had a couple of iPhones previously, a 3GS and 4S, so I'm fairly well acquainted with iOS at least up to iOS 6. I use and am quite happy with Microsoft services like Office 365 and Outlook.com and it seems that support for those on iOS is a bit better than on Android and rather close to how they are supported on Windows Phone. For the same price I can get either a 32GB 5C or a 16GB 5S and I'm having a tough time figuring out which one might be better. I have played with both in a T-Mobile store briefly and the 5C looked and felt better than the 5S to me. The plastic backing and the softer clicking home button on the 5C just felt more pleasant than the metal backing and too-clicky home button on the 5S. I didn't notice a speed difference between them in store except for the fact that the 5S could snap photos much more quickly than the 5C. The 5S's fingerprint scanner seems like a very useful feature and the improved low-light performance of the camera would likely be handy, even though I thought even the 4S did pretty well in low light. Yet 16GB of storage is too little which further pushes me in the direction of the 5C since 32GB is just about right for me. I know I new iPhone is coming out in a few months but I don't really care about that since in as little as 6 months I'll have another JUMP upgrade available if I want a new phone then. What really concerns me is which one has better reception. I imagine the antenna designs are a bit different since the 5C doesn't use the outer casing for an antenna like the 5S (and for that matter, my Lumia 925). Has anybody been able to compare the 5C and 5S on the same carrier in the same spot to compare their reception? Even more of a longshot, compared it to a Lumia 920/925/928? In store it seemed the 5C did the best in the ever-unreliable bars test, though they had different iOS versions and the baseband radio firmware may have been different.