Verizon vs Tmobile - not much of a difference

GroupM RQTX28
Sep 18 13 Comments

I have been a tmobile customer for almost 5 years and just switched to Verizon a month ago. I thought Verizon has a better service with all their marketing gimmicks but i thought wrong.

The performance: between tmobile and Verizon I don't see that much of a difference really from streaming videos, network coverage while traveling to NYC on the metro north.

Maybe I switch back to Tmobile after 6 months

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TOP 13 Comments
  • If you go camping or anything youโ€™re better off with Verizon. If you never leave the major cities T-Mobile is great
    Sep 18 0
  • Oath Atinlay2
    It depends on where you are
    Sep 18 3
    • GroupM RQTX28
      OP
      I thought Verizon has better coverage in NY area - I live in Westchester county and works at world trade center
      Sep 18
    • Oath Atinlay2
      In Metro areas itโ€™s more of a density Problem, not a coverage problem. Crowded airspace.
      Sep 18
    • GroupM RQTX28
      OP
      Interesting.. didn't know about that.. thanks
      Sep 18
  • LinkedIn cd-
    Verizon has more coverage. Tmo 1 bar places has VZ at 2 bars. Places where Tmo has no bars VZ can have full bars.

    VZ is better if youโ€™re a outdoor kind of person.
    Sep 18 0
  • New GUIQ05
    Why one would switch to Verizon from T-Mobile.
    T-Mobile offers 50 Gb of high speed data per month, airplane WiFi. Whereas Verizon is ๐Ÿ’ฉ
    Sep 18 0
  • Visa wyvl51
    TC/GTFO
    Sep 18 1
    • GroupM RQTX28
      OP
      Just did
      Sep 18
  • T-Mobile whatcanIsay
    we have coverage problem in some more rural areas

    but honestly our deal is pretty fucking good for metro areas. Altho funny enough I think metro by tmo has a richer deal, despite being prepaid.
    Sep 19 0
  • Splunk Adgrok
    People will laugh, but I've been a Sprint customer for over a decade. My partner, Verizon. I pay half as much, service is mostly the same (albeit the occasional roam) when in remote places... But I don't really want service out there anyway
    Sep 18 2
    • LinkedIn cd-
      That actually makes Google Fi the better deal.
      Sep 18
    • Splunk Adgrok
      Eh, I would pay more. My data usage is around 20 gb/mo and I pay less than $60/mo including taxes and fees + free hulu.
      Sep 18

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