What cell company is best reception in PrincetoN?

<p>I'm getting my first cell phone before going to Princeton (I know, I know...I lived under a rock) and I was just wondering which company has the best reception there. Is Verizon Wireless better or AT&T better? Or are they both good?</p>

<p>For those with experience, have you had any trouble at all with no signals or bars at Princeton with Verizon Wireless plan or AT&T plan?</p>

<p>Verizon always works.</p>

<p>what about Cingular or Tmobile?</p>

<p>T-Mobile sucks.</p>

<p>Verizon never fails.</p>


<p>ATT's 3G service is good, so iPhone's work fine.</p>

<p>I've never had any trouble with Verizon.</p>

<p>Does anybody know how well Sprint works?</p>

Does anybody know how well Sprint works?


<p>At the Princeton Preview, I had no problem with sprint! (but i might have been lucky; who knows?)</p>

<p>My Sprint got good reception on the first level below ground in Mathey, so I'm pretty sure the reception will be fine nearly anywhere.</p>

<p>T-Mobile is an overall fail.</p>

<p>Verizon is undoubtedly the best.</p>

<p>even if other companies still work fine on campus, i'd still go with verizon. i've had it for 4 years, and princeton12 is right - verizon always works. my phone gets a signal in the most unexpected places. i've even managed to get a bar or two in my school's locker rooms; in contrast, most of my friends have to leave the building altogether to get reception.</p>

<p>I've had Verizon for forever, but most of my friends here at Princeton have AT&T. And the iPhone is really popular... but solely on reception probably Verizon.</p>

<p>Does T-Mobile really have sucky reception? :(</p>

<p>Ohh, I was just wondering because AT&T phones are better...and the plans that they offer are slightly cheaper. Thanks! </p>

<p>If AT&T works, I'd probably end up favoring that over verizon.</p>