Go-Reviews.com  Product Reviews & Buying Guides
Cellphone Index
Your Cellphone Personality
Cellphones in 2007
Cellphone Comparisons
Cellphone Reviews
Cellphone Or PDA?
How Cellphones Are Made
Wireless Carrier Review
Apple iPhone
iPhone User Reviews
iPhone Mobile Videos
Kyocera Mobile Phones
Kyocera Cellphones
LG Mobile Phones
LG U400
LG VX 8300
LG VX8700
Motorola Mobile Phones
Motorola Q
Motorola Rrzr-Z3
Motorola Krzr-K1
Motorola Razr-V3
Motorola Razr-V3i
Motorola Slvr
Motorola V3x
Nokia Mobile Phones
Nokia Cellphones
Nokia 7380
Nokia 6230i
Nokia 8800
Nokia N Series
Nokia N95
Nokia N93
Nokia 5300 XpressMusic
Samsung Mobile Phones
Samsung Eternity
Samsung A707 SYNC
Samsung YP K5
Samsung M620 Upstage
Samsung D800 & D900
Sony Ericsson Cellphones
Sony Ericsson Z60i
Sony Ericsson P990i
Sony Ericsson W880i
Sony Ericsson W580
Sony Ericsson K510i
Sony Ericsson K800i
Sony Ericsson W810i
Smartphone Reviews
Smartphone Buying Guide
Samsung Eternity
Blackberry Bold 9000
Blackberry Storm 9530
Apple iPhone
HTC 8525
HTC Magic A6161
Palm Centro
Treo 650
Best Smartphones in 2006
Installing Ringtones On Windows Pocket PC
SlingPlayer Mobile
Mobile News
Latest Cellphone News
Mobile Content News
Product Recalls

The Best Cellphone Carrier


A recent CNET review revealed what users thought about their cellphone network carrier.

A summary of feedback disclosed that different customers had different ideas on what was best, but overall the following were the guiding values:

  1. Service is always available - no dropped calls
  2. An affordable range of service plans
  3. Good selection of phones

Top National Carriers

  1. T-Mobile - America's fourth largest wireless provider, came out on top.
  2. Verizon Wireless
  3. Sprint Nextel
  4. AT&T (formerly Cingular)

Top Regional Carriers

  1. Alltel
  2. U.S. Cellular

What Users Loved Most

  1. T-Mobile - customer service and service plan selection
  2. Verizon - network
  3. Sprint - service features
  4. AT&T - phone selection

Taking a closer look at each wireless network carrier, the responses were pretty well divided as to who shone in which area.


The Good

  1. Tech support - answer the phone promptly and always polite. Issues get
  2. Inexpensive plans and lack of restrictions.
  3. Phone selection - though not as extensive as AT&T's.

The Bad

  1. Reception outside urban areas
  2. Lack of 3G and push-to-talk networks.

Verizon Wireless

The Good

  1. The network - phones works everywhere with less dropped calls
  2. Selection of high-end services - V Cast Mobile TV and V Cast Music
  3. Selection of phones

The Bad

  1. Its plans - too expensive
  2. Restrictive practices - toward Bluetooth and third-party applications on its phones.

Sprint Nextel

The Good

  1. Network - but not as good as Verizon. Good reports on both the EV-DO network and iDEN network
  2. Flexible service plans
  3. Power Vision multimedia programming
  4. Unique business-friendly offerings

The Bad

  1. Customer service
  2. Phone selection.


The Good

  1. Extensive phone selection
  2. Inexpensive plans
  3. Broad international coverage

The Bad

  1. Customer service
  2. Domestic Network - dropped calls

Well, that's it from the users of USA wireless networks. We will take a look again in 2008 and see what's changed!


Check Out The Latest Cellphones

| Nokia Cellphones | Samsung Cellphones | Sony Ericsson Cellphones | Motorola Cellphones | Sharp Cellphones | Sanyo Cellphones | LG Cellphones | Top Selling Cellphones |



Cellphone Resources

Current Top Selling Cellphones

Get Prices And More Reviews On Smartphones

Bookmark and Share