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I'm looking to change from cspire. Any suggestions?
The Future Is Bright! Hotty Toddy
I have both Verizon and AT&T. Verizon is company and AT&T is personal. In Oxford and Memphis, AT&T was way better. In Philadelphia, PA, Verizon is leaps and bounds better. I guess it just depends on where you are.
Kill that man Patrick WIllis!
C spire the best. Been with em for 15 years. Since they were cell south. Love em.
been rocking AT&T since 2000. pretty good coverage for central/north MS
I have been with VZW since 2006. Their 4G coverage is superb in Tampa and nearly nearly blankets all of of I-4 in Florida where I travel frequently. I even did 40mb download cruising down Hwy 6 in Batesville after the Central Ark game. That speed is few and far between. I usually average 5mbs around Tampa.
I have both C-Spire and AT&T. No comparison, my work phone (iPhone 5) is with C-Spire, and my personal phone (iPhone 4S) is AT&T. I travel in 5 states
( Ms., La.,Ark., Mo., and Tn.), and when out of State, AT&T works almost everywhere, while C-Spire works almost nowhere. When I try to download apps on my C-Spire phone it's virtually impossible unless I have Wi-Fi.
Thanks for the input folks!
I'm not down south but rather in KC, so I use Sprint as my provider. They have been good for me.
C Spire's the best unless you're going out of state a lot.. in Louisiana, it's useless! $50 a month, you get 500 minutes, unlimited mobile to mobile (C Spire customers only), unlimited nights and weekends (7 p.m. to 7 a.m.), unlimited texting and unlimited internet use.
Get em all send om back to tennessee georgia and florida in search of talent this is our State- Oxfordawg
Cspire... Best company to have in Mississippi
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