We're going to buy a pair of US cell phones to use in the parks. I was just wondering if any particular providers are better than others to use at WDW.
Ive been through *ALL* of them and every time I try a new one, Tink says "Verizon" and I try another one and she reminds me "Verizon"Originally Posted by Vikki, post: 316784
So, in my experience, Verizon is indeed the best in Orlando. It seems to work well and fast all over. I found it the hardest in terms of getting a decent phone but if youre gonna buy a pair of cell phones anyway no problem.
at&t a notch down but still good
tmobile I found a lot of areas of poor coverage
Disney does have free wifi now and tbh I've found it getting better each time I've been but yeah still nice to have proper cell coverageOriginally Posted by Vikki, post: 316789
You should try AT&T, I always buy a Red Pocket sim card and they use AT&T. I've never had any problems with texts, calls or wifi.
If you have phones you can take with you and they are unlocked or you can pick up a couple of unlocked phones from ebay, I can send you a couple of sim cards, all you need to do is activate them on line and it will cost $19.99 plus tax and that's for 250 mins and 500 texts.
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