T-Mobile 3G Coverage In South Florida


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  1. FreshPrince

    FreshPrince Well-Known Member

    (Mostly Broward County)

    How is it? I had T-Mobile back in the Sidekick 2 days, but that's long before 3G. I have AT&T right now and it's OK, but I'm contemplating a move over to T-Mobile without a contract with the purchase of the Nexus One unlocked. It'd save me almost $30-40 per month and if I don't like it I can go back to AT&T for the iPhone 4G.

    So how's T-Mobile's 3G coverage in South Florida, particularly if you have the Nexus One?

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  2. FreshPrince

    FreshPrince Well-Known Member

    Bump.

    Ready to buy but only if the 3G is good over here.
  3. SLVR

    SLVR Well-Known Member

    Not sure about Broward but its fine here in WPB. No problems at all.
  4. BiGMERF

    BiGMERF Well-Known Member

    i was in kissimme/Orlando about a week ago and had no issues.
  5. ScottAllyn

    ScottAllyn Active Member

    'Good coverage a wee bit north of you in Tampa, tho Verizon is quite a bit faster here.
  6. FreshPrince

    FreshPrince Well-Known Member

    Appreciate the responses. A friend of mine is ordered an N1 and should have it soon. I have a class with him so I'll check out the 3G there. Thanks.
  7. Jceinc

    Jceinc Well-Known Member

    I know this is old but how is the N1 working for you here Prince?
  8. SBERG

    SBERG Well-Known Member

    South fl coverage seems good for me. No issues to speak of.
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  9. Jceinc

    Jceinc Well-Known Member

    How far south are ya? I'm on the Treasure Coast and the nearest towers are palm bch and Vero. Not sure if that matters??
  10. SBERG

    SBERG Well-Known Member

    Im in North Miami Beach. I hang out everywhere from south miami to palm beach and my coverage is always good.
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  11. zeroG

    zeroG Active Member

    My gf had t-mobile and she complained all the time about the service, and their rates. She recently switch to verizon with me and couldn't be happier
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  12. RCinFLA

    RCinFLA Member

    If you live or hangout in a well populated area of S. Fla. the coverage is good.

    Look at their maps and take one or two miles off of their outer coverage boundary. The maps are probably valid if you are outside on your roof. All network carriers are under pressure by competition with other carriers to stretch the truth on their coverage area. Make sure you take note of 3G boundary versus 2G boundary.

    I live in Boynton Beach just east of 441 and get poor 3G coverage in my house. I use WiFi for data link in house so no real problem.

    East of turnpike here is solid 3G coverage.

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