Verizon or AT&T at USC?

<p>I do not want to have any problem about cellphone signal even indoor, so I wanna know if AT&T or Verizon is better at USC?</p>

<p>While at my internship I've never had a problem getting signal with AT&T. Dunno about Verizon though.</p>

<p>IDK about at USC, but if you ever go on a trip to San Francisco you're gonna jump off the golden gate bridge after dealing with AT&T's awful service there.</p>

<p>I've had Verizon, AT&T and Sprint and out of those three, I've gotten the best coverage with Verizon and Sprint. There seem to be VERY few places where Verizon's 3G network doesn't work (mainly structures like garages, a handful of DC Metro tunnels, and the middle of nowhere). Same with Sprint (especially since they can roam on Verizon's network).</p>

<p>AT&T on the other hand, well shoot my mom is lucky to get a signal in her own bedroom. We don't live in the middle of Montana or Nevada either, but in suburban Washington DC. All other carriers get a good enough signal at our house except AT&T. When I had AT&T I ALWAYS had problems with dropped calls, calls not going through, late texts etc. In San Francisco the service is horrendous, and it's also sucky in NYC.</p>

<p>Basically, if you want the cell phone equivalent of being kicked in the nuts, get AT&T.</p>

<p>When I was at USC, I had great reception on my Verizon phone.</p>

<p>Ouch, that sucks, DCHurricane. I've never had any issues with AT&T. I can't comment on Verizon. I've never used it before.</p>