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    Question Denver/Front Range coverage

    Hey all,

    Looking for a new carrier in the Denver/Front Range area (TMO being on my selection list) and just wanted to see if any of the AC community here had any input weather it be a + or a -

    Thanks ahead of time!
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    Sorry to revive an old thread but figured that would be better than starting a new one.

    I'm considering switching from a GNex on Verizon (awesome coverage and speed in Denver) to a N4 on the $30 prepaid T-Mobile plan. However, in the past people I have known that had T-Mobile in Denver hated it but that was a few years ago.

    Can anyone provide their experience with T-Mobile (especially HSPA+ performance) in the Denver area? I'm mostly interested in data speeds/coverage but obviously call quality/dropped calls is an issue as well.
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    I am very happy with Tmo in Denver Metro. I don't have dropped calls, call clarity is good. I came from Sprint, so even Edge was better. HSPA+ is generally great except in a two block radius around my house which is one of only two dead zones I've found. It doesn't drop to edge here, just one to two bars. Since I use WiFi at home this hasn't been an issue for me. I had "4G" even in Larkspur, fwiw.

    I haven't run a Speedtest when I've been out and about, so I can't give you numbers, just that it's plenty fast for me.

    Sent from my HTC One S using Android Central Forums
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    Default Re: Denver/Front Range coverage

    My in laws have it and are generally happy. Mostly because they pay $100 for 4 phones with unlimited data lol. Coverage is good but not great, they don't get good signal/data in the aurora burbs with Samsung sidekick, HTC sensation, bb curve x2

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