If you are a prospective buyer of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that Apple introduced at its product event on Tuesday afternoon, then perhaps you are wondering which carrier in the United States provides the best coverage. It can be a challenging and confusing task to know which carriers provide the best coverage in the United States, especially since each uses conflicting claims that almost border on misleading advertising.
Verizon is the largest carrier in the United States in terms of subscribers, and its network is certainly ready to live up to the capacity. Verizon’s network covers a claimed 97% of Americans, based on the latest statistics available. If you consider paying higher prices for trusted and reliable wireless service acceptable, then you should definitely consider Verizon for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
If you choose to look past Verizon, then AT&T is your next best bet for network coverage and reliability nationwide. AT&T also claims to have the fastest and most reliable 4G LTE network in the United States.
AT&T claims to have less than a 1% rate of dropped calls nationwide, based on an independent third-party drive test performed last year. Sprint is unlike its competitors in the sense that it does not promote its network as being the fastest or most reliable.
At the same time, it should be noted that Sprint is putting a lot of effort into improving their network from coast to coast. Sprint employs technologies that are committed to keeping you connected, including 8T8R radios that boost its 2.5 GHz signal and Wi-Fi calling, which allows customers to make domestic and international calls over a wireless connection.
Ultimately, while you might not have coverage everywhere, especially in the central and northwest states, you are also paying a lot less for most Sprint plans compared to the big two in AT&T and Verizon.
I recently spent one month in New York City and used T-Mobile as my carrier of choice during my stay in the United States’ most densely populated metropolitan area. Just like with Sprint, T-Mobile is doing whatever it can to make necessary improvements to its network coverage. You’re also going not going to have to offer an arm and a leg for wireless service on T-Mobile, as the carrier offers affordable plans such as unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data for $80 per month. If you are a city dweller on a budget, with intentions to purchase the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, then be sure to give T-Mobile a serious look. DisclaimerThis website is not owned by, is not licensed by nor is a subsidiary of Apple Inc. Companies like HTC, Samsung, and even LG have been pretty open for the most part when it comes to bootloaders, however, there is one that remains hell bent on keeping them as secure as possible: Motorola. Hmmm I avoided Verizon for all the apparant reasons but used to think pretty highly of Motorola but now (snap) we have a crashed and burned brand that can shove their units up unpleasant places.
It’s my property, which I paid for and Verizon has absolutely no right to lock what is rightfully mine. To put the blame ONLY on Verizon is wrong and as long as any [other] carrier doesn’t come up with something official Motorola and Verizon share the blame for this situation. I guess Verizon has specifically “approved” every piece of software in the Android market?
It is also my understanding that one of the things Verizon agreed to is to not limit functionality that is built into the device. I try make list Motorola product use Droid trademark and compare with other brand use Droid trademark.
Motorola Droid, Motorola Droid 2, Motorola Droid 2 Global, Motorola Droid 3, Motorola Droid 4, Motorola Droid X, Motorola Droid X2, Motorola Droid Bionic, Motorola Droid Razr, Motorola Droid Razr Maxx, Motorola Droid XYBoard, and much more. So if Verizon is against having unlocked bootloaders then why exactly do they have the Galaxy Nexus on their network.  Clearly the Galaxy Nexus would put the network, end user experience and other network users experience in jeopardy given said unlocked bootloader.
Any phone can be fully functional after being dropped in water, all you need is a bowl of rice and some time. Somehow, I believe something went wrong for Verizon a few months after the release of the OG Droid. Can somebody tell me why a bootloader is a big deal, if you can root and flash rooms anyway? You want to be able to flash custom kernels if you want to see significant improvements in performance and battery life. Hmm, posting this from an unlocked gnex… motor has no excuses and blaming vz is just more BS.

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Each Wireless Toyz® store offers a large selection of brands, accessories, rate plans, and more - all under one roof. For instance, all of AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile each claim that they have the fastest or most reliable 4G LTE network in the United States. The decision to choose one carrier or another will relate to where you live, what your data consumption is like and other factors. We strived to use the most up-to-date information available, but it is important to understand that carriers are rapidly expanding their networks as we speak. Verizon claims to provide the best coverage in the United States, and has the only 100% 4G LTE network nationwide.
The network provides two times the LTE coverage of any other network, according to the carrier, with a very saturated network presence in the northeast, midwest and east coast in general. The CDMA network’s extensive coverage delivers high-speed data to everyone from city dwellers to those living in smaller, rural towns — perfect for those traveling, too.
Verizon’s planned VoLTE, or Voice Over LTE, rollout will see CDMA discontinued and allow for unlocked LTE smartphones in the near future. The GSM network also has less traffic than Verizon, potentially leading to faster speeds, with VoLTE support rolling out and support for simultaneous voice and data. The network decreases in scale when you start heading out west, particularly in less-populated areas of Montana, Oregon and Nevada.
But when you travel out to more rural areas in the United States, don’t expect to be getting a full five bars — or any, for that matter. The carrier claims to have enhanced its nationwide 3G and 4G LTE networks, leading to fewer dropped calls, stronger indoor signals and quicker access to email and streaming music and video.
The CDMA network also supports HD Voice for providing next-generation call quality and clarity. If you’re a prospective iPhone 6 user looking to save a few dollars, than it is a decision you will have to make.
While the carrier has been pushing to reinvent the industry by removing annual service contracts, introducing affordable prepaid plans, ushering in a monthly installment program, supporting Wi-Fi calling and more, its network is not quite yet as impressive as the competition. But when you go on a road trip through upstate and western New York, for example, I can attest from personal experience that you will quickly default to 2G service or no signal at all. T-Mobile already claims to have the fastest nationwide 4G LTE network in the United States in terms of download speeds, perhaps because it has less traffic on its network, but its coverage is still subpar compared to the big three above. T-Mobile has built its network to be data strong, with more capacity than any other major national carrier. You can also get unlimited talk, text and 2 GB of 4G LTE data through the Simple Starter plan for just $45 per month during an ongoing promotion. The GSM network, which is being upgraded from 2G to more 4G LTE through mid 2015, covers over 230 million Americans and has 96% coverage from coast to coast.
Starting back with the locking of the original Motorola Milestone and then kicking into overdrive with the DROID X, the battle of consumers vs. It has all sorts of legal jargon in it that essentially states what Verizon is allowed and not allowed to do with its new network.
One thing is clear, that the developer community has made a significant enough splash to at least garner an official response from Verizon to the FCC. It just might be the 9 hang-ups on over 16 calls during the month of August to get some sort of resolution.
They better be glad Google took pity on them for their patents because it sounds like they are marching toward Nokia style smartphone irrelevancy.
There are plenty of other phones with unlocked bootloaders on Verizon and it’s not like a locked bootloader prevents people from flashing partial custom ROMs or altering the radio. Are the guys from Motorola lazy enough not to provide an unlocked, global version of their phones? Since 6 November 2009 when Motorola Droid release (Motorola Mobility, Google and Verizon Wireless); Motorola Mobility already in Verizon Wireless and Google agreement. I agree that this is not something every user should do but I am against carriers or OEMs locking phones down in any way. Any evidence against Verizon and this policy, list of phones on verizon that have been unlocked among other things.

People that root and put custom ROMs on their phone then accept the responsibility for any damage done.
Wireless Toyz® stores can help you find a cell phone in Michigan, Texas, Arizona, California, Florida, Missouri, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and several other areas. We recommend using this post as a reference to support your own decision on which carrier is best for you. However, I would often times lose bars when I was inside or apartment or elsewhere indoors.
It also offers unlimited data and text in over 120 countries at no extra charge, which is honestly a steal if you’re someone that travels abroad on even an occasional basis. They feel that if they allow their phones to be unlocked, that they could potentially lessen the experience for users who choose to unlock as well as others on their network that do not.
My immediate thought is that they feel that the ROM and unlocking community is so small that choosing this route will not affect the majority perception of them and that they can live with the bit of backlash. The majority of Android users who Root their devices don’t have a clue what they are doing and furthermore end up boot looping or bricking their device anyway and come crying to me the retail sales employer, to fix their issue. Oh, and why did they started with Milestone (the global version of Droid) and not with the Droid?
Verizon has ALWAYS locked down features on their phones that some of us used certain hex editing apps to unlock if you know what I mean. Motorola choice to lock has left me to boycott them until they are unlocked and as such I have thus committed all of my purchases (except for my Droid 1 and Xoom) to HTC (Thunderbolt and 2 Rezounds) and Samsung (2 Fascinates and 2 Charges).
In short, the company that makes your phone doesn’t know how to release phones in a competent manner.
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As many of you know, a locked bootloader denies an end user the ability to take full advantage of their device.
In a letter from a Verizon executive analyst to the FCC that was obtained by us, we get a pretty clear and unsurprising idea as to why they may request that OEMs lock the bootloaders on phones that will run on their network. If you don’t like Moto then go with one of the other 9,482 indespensible second hand android devices out there. I push for all carriers and OEMs to change to unlocked hardware and allow us to do what we want with equipment that each of us OWN. Heck, Verizon can even have their own bootloader unlocker that sends the device ID to Verizon to let them know a device has been unlocked if they’re really concerned about it. For those that choose to hack on their phones, install custom ROMs, etc., this is the piece of the puzzle that can ruin it all. And for reference, this letter was in reply to a reader of ours that issued a formal complaint to Verizon and the FCC, stating that they are not allowed to lock the bootloaders of phones.
Having the option to root does not affect the normal user or average user or what ever you want to call the majority of Verizon customers in any way possible.
WE THE PEOPLE need to stand up to big corporations and stop this, before it’s to late.
Why are we bound to the software given to us by OEMs when this essentially a mini PC in my hand. So for Verizon to have OEM’s lock bootloaders is a bad decision because it negatively affects a particular crowd of their customers. The Verizon argument falls apart when you look at the Atrix, Atrix 2, and Photon and also see locked bootloaders.
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Where if they chose to allow the bootloader to be unlocked, neither party would be negatively affected. The Atrix can be unlocked, but that was due to a leak of the bootloader unlock tool, not a sanctioned unlock. You should always see a Wireless Toyz® store expert to check product specifications and compatibility before making a purchase.

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