its been know for donkey years drive testing is so passe and unreliable
kmb877, 12 Feb 2017CDMA doesn't cover better a larger territory than GSM. Even more, Verizon will shut down the ... moreAwww, that's prescious, someone's feelings are hurt, regarding a matter they have no real knowledge of. Lol.
Welcome in America, where if you dont like someone opinion, you call it a lie, and you say that it should be banned, and you go to internet on to street and shout about it, block roads for other, normal people, destroy their property and say that its good because you express your feelings like that, because others are bad...
Jack, 12 Feb 2017Been a T-Mobile USA customer for a long time now. Very rarely am I without service/good covera... moreDuring the last 3 years, I saw a major rural T-mobile coverage improvement in CT, NH, OH, DE and PA.
Kd10, 12 Feb 2017If you never leave the city, then T-Mobile is pretty good. If you live outside of a metropolit... moreCDMA doesn't cover better a larger territory than GSM.
Even more, Verizon will shut down the CDMA service soon.
Also, Europe has over 10 million km2, and USA has 9.9 million km2. So, no "many states" are bigger than Europe.
Been a T-Mobile USA customer for a long time now. Very rarely am I without service/good coverage. Then again, I haven't used it in rural areas or anything like that.
If you never leave the city, then T-Mobile is pretty good. If you live outside of a metropolitan area, you're out of luck with T-Mobile.
Also, the question was asked, "why is CDMA still a thing in the US?". In large part, because many of our states are as large or larger than entire European countries.
Not too hard to provide awesome wall to wall coverage for an entire country when it's the size of Kansas.
I don't get it why Verizon or Sprint are even a thing in the US. There are so many providers on actual GSM to choose from and T-mobile is actually good.
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2017Sorry for the misspell it's T-Mobile Verizon and att And I'm on att now because of price/performance and coverage.
I've used to mobile Verizon and attached. And by far Verizon beats them all in coverage and speed is descent and it seemsed faster than tmobile. T-Mobile is good in downtown but once you go out the coverage sucks so bad and speed is way slow. So yes, I don't trust the open test, cuz it's probably people setting in a coffee shop, just comparing speed. I do that. And who is testing their phone with no signal??? If you have no signal you know you have to signal. And I am pretty sure than billions claim is a lie. They don't have billions of test. Definitely not trusting their test
I don't know who has the fastest speeds, but traveling around my state, and around the US for my job, there are way more places where there is no at&t, tmobile, or sprint signal and plenty of Verizon signal. In fact, it is hard to find anywhere where you don't have signal on Verizon. It was only a few years ago when I finally got at&t at home in the suburbs of a not small city, and I still get dead zones just driving around. I'll be switching to Verizon prepaid before this month is over.