UPDATE 2014: Changed back to Verizon as T-Mobile has great customer service but TERRIBLE coverage. Why bother to pay for smartphone coverage if you can't use it. And that's really what it's about. On the road for 16 days traveling, T-Mobile phone displayed 4 bars/4g, but wouldn't connect. Verizon phone in the same vehicle connected and worked almost everywhere we went, connected enough for me not to complain at all and return to them when my T-Maybe contract was up. Only slightly nicer these days, Verizon is still full of themselves but at least my smartphone works now. And no changes to your contract when you alter your service. Ah... you really do get what you pay for. _________________________________________________
2007: T-Mobile any day of the week! They are less expensive, much nicer customer service, fewer dropped calls, better plans. I was a Verizon customer for 5 years. I PAID $175 to get out of my contract and change to T-Mobile, and it was so totally worth it! As you know if you make any changes at all to your Verizon account, they renew your contract for another 2 years. This was a real pain in the butt. And the people that work in their stores and on their phones are no where near as nice as T-Mobile. I've been with T-Mobile for about a year now, so the comparisons are real. Just a fact.
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