So just based purely off of their coverage maps, it looks like Sprint’s/New Tmobile’s coverage is actually comparable (better?) then even Ve

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    So just based purely off of their coverage maps, it looks like Sprint’s/New Tmobile’s coverage is actually comparable (better?) then even Verizon’s now.


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    Jordan Dilworth
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    I wouldn’t count on that being close as T-Mobile and Sprint basically had service in the same areas. In the next couple of months/years I would expect the service to improve to be comparable to Verizon and AT&T

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    Vince Caputo
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    Except sprint and tmobiles primary bandwidth can hardly penetrate the walls of a home

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    Tim Bearden
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    Heck, I had AT&T and my apartment was shown as perfect in that map but I couldn’t get a signal at all. Those maps usual pick only one of their many different coverage maps and act like its good for everything. See how the Verizon breaks it down into different colors but the other map is an all in one.

    Verizon costs more but at least they show you what you actually get.

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