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What is your cell phone service provider preference?
Who do you not prefer?

twill 7 Feb 14

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I'm not one for commitments of any kind so WalMart StraightTalk works fine for me. I'll probably keep it even when I'm in the money again.

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Well.we call them mobile phones in the UK and I use Vodafone. Why? Best coverage and signal. Vplus they used to be called RACIAL and made military radios they know their stuff

Plus I have the fastest phone if ANY smartphone of 2017.The Sony Xz premium so for the best phone I want the best provider

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I am probably the only one on this site that has a tracfone .No monthly fees. I get minutes for presents so I never pay a cellphone bill . I have a landline so I do not use the phone that much

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I just switched to Xfinity mobile when i got my note 8 on pre order about 5-6 months ago. So far so good. no issues to report and the call quality is great.

I left At&t because the coverage in my home area was really bad. I had no signal in my home or in my neighborhood. They sent me this stupid mini tower signal booster which make your calls drop if you leave home wile on a call. Plus i discovered it also cause my text messages to send and receive very slow with a huge delay. In houston, Verizon is the best but Xfinity uses verizon towers so i am happy with that

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So far.....Sprint has been really good for me. I've had them as my service provider for about 11 years. My bill used to be about $83 total for unlimited everything. Now my bill is about $62 total for unlimited everything. It's $55 flat for auto pay and a referral and about $6 for tax and fees.

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Vodafail New Zealand. Opps I mean Vodafone 😉 And they have a cute pig in their tv ad 🙂

Sacha Level 7 Feb 14, 2018
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I have ATT. They can be a pain in the ass but in general they are dependable. And they provided me a signal booster for my home for free. I have been with them for almost 20 years. Where I live most get no signal. ATT's signal is dicey but at least it exists.

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