Sk8Tex saidI've been with Verizon for 9 years, $114/month for two phone lines unlimited text and calls under a grandfather clause contract, and I cant ever recall a time where my call was dropped or a text message didn't go through immediately, ..except during last easters big earthquake in Mexicali because of congestion.
I have always wondered though, what is the appeal to being an AT&T customer? Is it just a bunch of people suckered into their service because of the exclusivity of the prior iPhones? I kinda poke fun at some of my coworkers/friends who use AT&T because often I will get their text messages an hour or sometimes even a day after it was sent.. thats just shoddy.
I've been with att since 1998, best nationwide coverage, I should know, i drove semi trucks for years, and rarely ever went somewhere that i didn't have service. I know enough people on verizon, t-mobile, sprint, etc... that lost service of they weren't near a halfway decent sized city, or on a major freeway.
I've also seen people on several other carriers experience major lag in texts, not just att, and i rarely get much lag on text.