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Considering Verizon and AT&T top the list for best call performance and account for the majority of phone subscribers in the U.S., it seems most Americans don't need to worry much about signal strength at home. But Sprint and T-Mobile are in a different boat. As half of U.S. phone users consider migrating to a new carrier when they experience inadequate mobile phone signal strength, the two carriers must use Wi-Fi calling to better compete with AT&T and Verizon, or purchase more low-band spectrum to shore up their signals.
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