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Signal help?

  • 15 September 2019
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Hey Cricket Wireless, I asked this question to the phone support and chat support and no accurate answers.. They seem like they don't have a bit of knownledge about what i am asking about, My question is basically Will Cricket's signal difference between them and my current provider of verizon matter to much? Cricket gets like -117dBm all the down to -130dBm in my area. Verizon gets like -110dBm all the way down to -124dBm where i live.. Will the difference between the two carriers make a difference in calls dropping where i live? I really want to switch to Cricket but i need my phone.

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Best answer by Marlena_Cricket 19 September 2019, 22:30

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@Furryfan93 Cricket uses AT&T towers so it will be a completely different network you're connected to. The signal strength will depend on the towers in the area. 

I know that, but based on the signal I said I gotten on cricket back in April (-117 - -130dBm) compared to Verizon being like (-110 - -124dBm).. will that different be minimal?
Please someone help me with this.
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@Furryfan93 Please refer to our coverage maps below. Actual coverage may differ from map graphics and may be affected by terrain, weather, foliage, buildings and other construction, signal strength, high-usage periods, customer equipment, and other factors.


https://www.cricketwireless.com/map.html

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