Same with me. I also have the double minutes for life on my Tracphone. If you havent added that card you should. It costs $49.99 but it's truly worth the investment and pays for itself almost right away.I have not bought into the whole cell phone thing yet. Actually I don't yap on the phone a lot anyway. So I use Tracphone for a cell phone. It's connected to the US cellular network here. It would be expensive if you talk a lot, but I don't. So Tracphone is very cheap for me. Beats any contract I would sign cause I never use very many minutes.
T-Mobile's coverage is horrible, absolutely horrible. That's the reason I left. That being said, Sprint/Nextel is not much better, and AT@T leaves something to be desired for sure. Unless you never leave the city.Yeah...in the more populated areas (city/immediate metro), the coverage is very similar in most cases. Once you get into the suburbs or more rural areas, you start to see differences. Sometimes those differences can be rather dramatic.