Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Cell Phone Coverage Question

Hey all, Tammy and I are looking at changing our cell provider and would like feedback from you guys and gals, specifically your Sprint coverage in all the places we ride. We really get in the boonies sometimes, and I want to see if Sprint has said boonies covered. Thanks, your comments are appreciated.

6 comments:

It's Allgood said...

I left Sprint for that very reason. Couldn't get service out on some of the areas that I ride. I'm with Verizon now and have great coverage.

Brian Beisel said...

Verizon provides the best coverage as you say "in the boonies". I can say this because of my experience on national fire assignments Verizon is the best service provider away from cities. None of them are 100% but others on my team that have different providers complain a lot about no coverage. I hope this helps.

Kate said...

Sprint covers our boonies!

Tom_E said...

Once had Sprint, but left if because of poor coverage in the boonies, such as my factory in Woodbury TN. Chose Verizon because the first purpose of a phone is to be a phone and not a micro-computer. So I avoid the lures of unlimited data plans. Know of others with whom we ride who have AT&T. we have found its network coverage to be substandard to Verizon. On long bike tours I always check to see who has Verizon so I know I can contact when I get lost.

Tony Hernandez said...

I use relublic wireless which is on the Sprint network and have never had a problem. I think Sprint's coverage is just as good as verizon now .... I had verizon and went to republic wireless 3 years ago and will never go back.

Tom_E said...

You might wish to read this review as input on your decision. http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-wireless-carrier/