I bought this 32GB iPad as an open box at Micro center so it was close to $100 off. I'm keeping it. At my house, I have always had bad coverage so it will likely be better when I am away.I get that it sucks but couldn't you have just looked at LTE coverage maps for pretty much any carrier before buying? Or at least went to an Apple Store near your location and run Speedtest? I'm not trying to call you out, I'm just wondering if those two options were available to you before you bought this.
I'm near Boulder Turnpike and Pecos.Where are you in Denver? I was just there this past weekend and had a great experience on my AT&T iP5 with LTE. I was streaming spotify on LTE in the NW and along the airport corridor of I-70
I considered Verizon but for me, I would have had to settle for 2GB data since they don't offer 3GB.I live in Denver but in central Denver and work near downtown. I have AT&T on my iPhone 5 with LTE and get great signal. But I am getting a Verizon Mini this weekend because:
1) Verizon has better priced data (I am grandfathered unlimited on my iPhone and don't want shared),
2) Verizon offers hotspot on all data plans (AT&T only offers it on their highest iPad plan), and
3) Verizon from what I have heard has much better and more extensive LTE coverage in the mountain corridor and throughout the ski towns.