16 years here. We only get T-Mobile 4G at home but at least we can make a phone call and hold the call. Sprint was having call failures and dropping our calls in and out.Depends on where you live. I was with Sprint for over 14 years and just left for AT&T. The difference in service is night and day. Sprint was terrible and no amount of savings would make it worth it.
AT&T is larger than Sprint - ergo they have more towers, therefore more coverage.I have friend who are on Sprint and they talk about lack of coverage sometimes. With ATT I can not remember not having service everywhere.
DON'T JOIN SPRINT!!!!! I was with sprint for over 10 years. The service has gotten worse every year. You may think your saving money but not being able to talk and surf the web at the same time sucked. When sprint first rolled out there Wimaxx 4G phones you were able to talk and use data simultaneously. The Now network now use a LTE called spark. It is fast at certain times of the day and then at other timed calls or no service. I left sprint for AT&T a year ago. If you want a cheaper carrier I would go with T Mobile. There service is better than sprint. You also will be able to talk and use data simultaneously.I am thinking about switching to sprint would like to know how the services.
I have had day's of sprint service not working at all. Every day I had at least one drop call.When you call the reps. They tell you the same crap about a tower being down in your area but its every area I traveled. From Tomball to Galveston dropped calls. Everyone I know has left sprint but a few family members that have another phone already with another carrier. So when they have problems with sprint they use the other device and service.I live in San Antonio, Texas. I was just looking at some pricing and things of that sort. Right now at my apartment T-mobile only gets 5mb up and 2 down.
Just so you are aware…Sprint only promised speeds between 3-6mbps upon full LTE buildout. Depending on your area it can be much faster but that's the speed they promised.I live in San Antonio, Texas. I was just looking at some pricing and things of that sort. Right now at my apartment T-mobile only gets 5mb up and 2 down.