When looking at post-paid carriers in the United States, two of the most popular options are Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile. Verizon's well-known for having one of the best networks across the entire country, but T-Mobile's Un-Carrier movement has propelled it into huge success over the last few years.

Choosing between these two companies as your smartphone service provider can be a challenge, but at the end of the day, only one can reign supreme.

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The Android Central forum users recently shared their thoughts on this comparison, and this is what they had to say.


I moved to Verizon from T-Mobile a couple of weeks ago. It was a bit of a rough start with getting the new phones and having them straighten out the first bill that isn't due for a couple of weeks but other than that there are a few things I like more about it already then T-Mobile. Does anyone else have switched from T-Mobile to Verizon. The real test is how things go month by month. So we...


You made a wise move. Verizon has the best coverage in more areas, across the country, then any other carrier.


I went from Sprint to Verizon a year and a half ago and so far so good. Bill is a bit less than with Sprint, though I'm not looking forward to getting new phones with even more bloatware on them in the future...


I made a switch from Verizon to Tmobile been with tmobile for 9 years no complaints


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