By OweLotsaMoney - 05/09/2013 15:49 - United States
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Why would they turn on wifi during the night? What do they have to gain or potentially lose from this? Fyl.
Sue the college, then sue your local radio and then sue your phone company.
That's why you should always check if your phone is on wifi or if your phone is on the companies connection. Another idea, get a plan that allows you to have more data.
I've never had good service with AT&T. Calls constantly cut out or I had really bad reception. As the person above me said, sometimes when people called it wouldn't even ring. The Internet connectivity was virtually non-existant. I had T-Mobile before that - I could be standing ON the cell tower and not get service (though I've heard they've gotten better). I have Verizon now - phenomenal reception and so-so Internet speed.
I have been with Sprint for over ten years and have not had any issues with them. The Internet is fast (4G, but still 3G in some places). Signal strength all depends on where you are no matter what company you're with. You could move apartments in the same city and go from great signal to zero signal - this happened to someone I know who has Verizon. Sprint's unlimited data plans are great!