Consumer Reports has released its newest rankings of U.S. wireless providers based on a September survey of 58,399 cellphone service subscribers by the Consumer Reports National Research Center. Here are the best -- and the worst:
No-frills carrier Consumer Cellular received the highest overall score of 88 out of 100.
U.S. Cellular was ranked the second-highest overall with a score of 75.
Verizon Wireless ranked the highest among major carriers again this year with a score of 71.
T-Mobile finished in the middle of the field with a rating of 65.
AT&T also finished in the middle with a score of 64, getting top marks for the reliability of its 4G service.
Sprint tumbled into last place in this year's rankings. Although it trailed only first-place Verizon in overall customer satisfaction among major carriers, Sprint got what Consumer Reports called "dismal marks" for value, voice, text and 4G reliability.
Click here to read the rankings in full, although you'll need a Consumer Reports subscription to do so.
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