AT&T beats T-Mobile in latest J.D. Power network quality rankings

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J.D. Power released a report on Thursday looking at which of the big four major U.S. carriers provide cellular service with the fewest lost calls, slow downloads, failed texts and other common issues.

As usual, the survey says Verizon has the highest mobile network quality. Verizon’s network had the fewest connection problems among the big four carriers in all six geographical regions that J.D. Power looks at. AT&T came in second place, taking the runner-up spot in all six regions.

Last year, T-Mobile started to take the second-place slot from AT&T in areas such as the Northeast and West. This year, though, AT&T reclaimed it in those regions. One way to explain that: Last summer, when the previous report came out, T-Mobile had been in the process of building a massive network expansion. However, T-Mobile’s been adding millions of subscribers since then, and the reduced network quality could be because its network is…

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