Several month ago I switched couple of my lines from Verizon to T-mobile. According to the map coverage on T-mobile website the coverage in my area should be excellent. However at best I get one bar on Edge. I have been in contacts with support several times, but the issue cannot be resolved.
It’s coverage o’clock and all’s femtocwell, or at least soon should be for Australian consumers, as Optus is first to finally brings the femtocell to trial in Australia on parts of its mobile network after big femtocell deployments overseas on various telcos.
According to a new mobile research report, Mobile network operators need to spend almost $840 billion globally over the next five years in order to address serious bottlenecks in their backhaul networks. The report claims that the massive investment needs to be made if operators are to meet the increasing demands of mobile broadband users.
T-Mobile’s UnCarrier approach to the cell phone carrier market has pretty bold and successful so far, but when you’re looking at the big picture, T-Mobile’s network still just isn’t on par with what Verizon and AT&T offer, especially in terms of coverage.
Hi, i always used to switch the network band to GSM/WCDMA. The switching was good upto 8 months. But Now it is not functioning well, after selecting GSM Only from WCDMA it's searching and going to Emergency calls ( But I'm receiving broadcast messages from other operators ) . Some times it works but some times its not. I tried with different mobile operators SIM but no change.