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Re: Gee, what a surprise
said by LightS:One of my friends here in the DFW has Sprint, after a while he just gave up and completely turned 4G off, he said the headache of flipping from LTE, to 3G was too much, losing signal too often. I hope Sprint get's it together soon, the DFW area coverage really sucks.
Excuse me, but have you used Sprint in the DFW area? In comparison to AT&T and VZW, it's flaky, and is far from reliable. It constantly switches from LTE to other technologies, and in quite a few areas I understand them not giving a street-by-street coverage map, but hell, at least Verizon & AT&T's coverage maps are far more accurate.
For example, take Garland, Grapevine, Irving, Plano, and Flower Mound. All of these are fairly wealthy areas, and according to Sprints coverage map, they have LTE coverage.
In reality, no. They shouldn't just blanket an entire region and say "we have coverage" when they don't have anywhere near what they proclaim or advertise on their coverage map.
So you can advocate Sprint's awful coverage maps, but until you use the service (esp. for certain people that decide a carrier based upon a coverage map) you really have no position to tell people to cry.
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