<p>how bad is t-mobile service at emory???</p>
<p>not very bad. I use T-mobile and never had a problem....</p>
<p>really....so maybe people are exaggerating!...i cant afford a different service lol</p>
<p>what are you guys talking about? i have tmobile and i get terrible service! i lived in complex last semester and i was in a dead zone half the time. once my 2 year plan is up this december, im switching to sprint. i can't deal with dropped calls or waiting for my phone to find a signal every time i wanted to use it.</p>
<p>almost everybody i know that has tmobile has complained about it. i asked my friend who was a senior why this only happened to this particular carrier and she said it was due to emory's frequencies? im not sure</p>
Is this also true for T-Mobile smartphone users (I use a BlackBerry)? Because usually if your phone is connected to a wireless system then the service should be just fine.
<p>Probably not because when your phone is connected to Wi-Fi only the internet data will go through the Wi-Fi, while phone calls will still go through the 3G, EDGE, or whatever type of wireless network your phone uses. </p>
almost everybody i know that has tmobile has complained about it. i asked my friend who was a senior why this only happened to this particular carrier and she said it was due to emory's frequencies?
<p>I haven't heard of this one before, but I have heard that the bad signal that everyone w/ T-Mobile complains about (I use ATT so I can't personally comment on it) is due to the lack of a nearby T-Mobile cell tower near Emory's campus.</p>