This week, the Wall Street Bulletin reported that Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon had the worst customer experience ratings on mobile carriers’ websites.
These carriers had the lowest scores for the most common complaints and complaints about their customers.
The average score for each carrier was 9.9, which is well below the average of 16.9 that AT&s T-Mobile received from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in a report published last year.
(AT& t, which also owns T-mobile, reported higher average scores than Sprint and T-mo.
However, the company said in a statement that it had made improvements in the past year.)
Overall, the scores of wireless carriers were significantly lower than the average for consumer electronics brands, according to the Journal report.
Sprint’s scores were a dismal 7.8, the lowest of any wireless carrier.
The carrier reported the worst average score of any U.N. agency, with an average score below 7.5.
The lowest score was for Verizon Wireless, with a score of 7.3.
T-MO had the highest average score, at 9.4.
The U.K. carrier, however, had the best average score at 14.2.
Sprint had the least average score in the world, with 8.8.
In the U, T-Mo had the fourth highest score, while AT&am had the seventh.
Overall, Sprint had one of the worst scores of any of the wireless carriers.