Orange County CA and Verizon - good network?


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  1. Roadstar

    Roadstar Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thinking about leaving Sprint, getting the Note II, anyone dissatisfied with Verizon?
     

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    magdelaine Well-Known Member

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    There is no way you will be unhappy with VZ coming from Sprint. The network in Cali is rock solid and I'm way out in the boondocks. It's why they can command the prices they do.
     
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    As far as the network goes, Verizon probably has the best one with by far the most 4G LTE coverage compared to any other carrier. Their business practices as well as price for service leave much to be desired though.
     
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    Makes me wonder if it's worth paying the extra cash for Verizon, maybe T-Mobile is a little easier to deal with? I think T-mobile's cancellation fee is only $200, compared to others that are $350.
     
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    I personally will be moving to PagePlus which runs on VZ's network so you have the same connectivity without the cost and BS. But then my usage overall is very low.
     
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    Made the switch to Verizon - great service, so far!
    Great phone too, love that Note II.
     

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