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Re: Clear seems the most logical, followed by MetroPCS
said by iansltx:That ended a while ago: »en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AT%26T_Mob···cilities
AT&T has shared towers with T-Mobile in SoCal, but their paths are diverging with T-Mobile's new AWS 1700 3G network.
said by iansltx:What is your definition of "network quality?"
Also, T-Mobile has rather solid network quality, and AT&T tends to not have a similar level of network quality. So I'd think the match would be a tenuous one.
·Time Warner Cable
·Verizon Online DSL
Call competion rates, call quality, data congestion (average latency and jitter). Granted, T-Mobile loses out to AT&T in areas where T-Mobile either doesn't have 3G or is pushing a single T1 to the tower. However in T-Mobile's new 7.2 Mbps areas they blow AT&T away, and T-Mobile's 3G network will be all-7.2 by the end of 2010, with lots of HSPA+ 21 coming thereafter. They also plan on pushing coveage out to a lot more people...