This news will come as no surprise to those using iPhones in US big cities.  PCWorld did a test of the big three wireless carriers in the nation’s 13 largest metro areas.  They found that while AT&T holds their own in terms of speed, they trail far behind Sprint and Verizon in terms of reliability, the most important aspect of mobile communications.  In fact, only about 2/3rds of AT&T’s connections went through at acceptable levels.  As New Yorkers, we can independently verify that figure, and add it might even be a little high.

AT&T has made mention of upcoming improvements to their service in metro areas, but at the moment, they are the worst.

 

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