1. boogaloo1's Avatar
    I know people's experience will differ based on location, etc.

    I live in Beaverton, OR and had a horrible experience tying to use an AT&T iP4 at home. I would drop practically every other call.

    My phone arrived at 2:00 p.m. PST yesterday and I have not had a single dropped call at home, work or during my commute home. People mentioned that I sounded like I was calling from a landline. I had crystal clear calls - finally the "almost phone" is a PHONE.

    I'm currently using a black NCase from my previous AT&T phone.

    I'm loving my new phone!!!
    02-08-2011 01:12 PM
  2. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    Well call quality is much clearer on CDMA than GSM and then add in better reception....

    There's a reason that Verizon and Sprint always rank 1 and 2 in call quality.... it's the technology.
    boogaloo1 likes this.
    02-08-2011 01:16 PM