I have to say the toughest part about getting the iPhone (which I love by the way) was leaving Verizon which has much better coverage (in my opinion). I really didn't want to leave Verizon, but their phone choices sucked at the time, and mainly, they didn't have the iPhone. Read on for details about this AT&T iPhone app that lets you report network quality issues directly to AT&T.
As much as I love my iPhone, I have mixed emotions about AT&T's spotty coverage. Sometimes the reception/coverage is good, sometimes it makes me want to spike my phone, kinda like a football player spikes the football after a righteous touchdown.
With that said, "there's an App for that". The app (pictured above) allows you to let AT&T know when their service
sucks is less than stellar. The AT&T iPhone dropped call application lets you tell AT&T the following bits;
- Dropped Call
- Failed Call
- No Coverage
- Data Failure
- Poor Voice Quality
- And the frequency (Once, Seldom, Often, Always)
The app is half useful, and have sad. I hope it helps AT&T truly identify, and fix, issues with their network, after all I spend over $100 per month to be connected.