[QUOTE=yojimbo197;2671569]The second best day of 2009 was when I signed up for Verizon and quit Sprint. The irony was that for the FIRST time in 3.5 years I got a service person on the phone at Sprint who was pleasant, spoke clear English, and seemed to know what they were doing. But after 2.5 years of daily dropped calls, shitty signal in areas that should have been covered, horrible customer service based outside of the US who used a playbook and didn’t know what to do if anything was asked outside of the normal questions I just couldn’t take it.
Sure Verizon may be a little bit more expensive but the call quality is excellent, they are honest about the signal strength, they adapted a speed 4G LTE service, and their customer service has been friendly and competent.[/QUOTE]
The company that I work for also dropped sprint for the same reasons, drop calls etc. Well over a few Million dollars contract. I would say they had over 1200 cell phones. They switched to Verizon as well.