Spectrum Mobile Coverage Map

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Spectrum Mobile uses the Verizon network for their coverage nationwide. Since they use the Verizon Wireless network you should have solid coverage in almost all areas of the United States. We break down Spectrum Mobile’s coverage including a coverage map below to help you figure out if they have quality coverage in your area.

Spectrum Mobile Network Coverage Map
Spectrum Mobile Coverage Map (Verizon Wireless Network)

As you can see on the map, there are very few metro areas that don’t have coverage with Spectrum Mobile. If you have good service from Verizon then you should also have good service with Spectrum Mobile since they run on the same network. This also means you can easily bring over any phones you used on Verizon. According to their website, they cover 98% of the population with their LTE network (Verizon Wireless Network).

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Leave us a comment below if you have any questions about the Spectrum Mobile coverage map and network. Also, if you’re a current customer let us know what the coverage is like in your area along with city, state, or region.

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    1. I found this on their website and it may help answer your question.

      “Planning a trip abroad? Spectrum Mobile offers international roaming in over 200 countries with competitive rates for talk, text and data. Talk and text are available only to smartphones.”

      I would say that you’ll still be able to use your phone overseas, but it doesn’t give any information on what the costs are. I would guess it would be much cheaper to purchase a SIM card or plan for the area you’re in if you’re going to be there any amount of time than to pay Spectrum Mobile’s international roaming charge.

  1. 5/17/2019…Be nice if the foregoing were true…it’s not. I’m a low data using customer so I switched from Verizon to Spectrum Mobile…yes, calls ride on the Verizon infrastructure. No, the coverage isn’t remotely as good as with Verizon. I could make several guesses as to why but that’s irrevelant to the user. Many, many areas where I have Verizon coverage do not have coverage(calls will not connect) with Spectrum. If you have a WiFi connection you might be OK. Def ok if it’s a Spectrum hotspot. In a nutshell I can’t rely on this service for calls.

    Also, unless they’ve changed their policy this year(I haven’t checked) you are(were) very limited to what phone you can bring to the party.

    1. I would have to disagree with you on this. I switched from Verizon to Spectrum Mobile because I learned that Spectrum was piggybacking off the Verizon Network and it was half the price as my old Verizon plan. I’ve had this service for about 4 months now and so far it’s been great. I never had any dropped calls or lack of service. To be honest, I don’t see a difference between this and my old Verizon service I will confess I haven’t tried it in very rural areas so you may be correct. But for where I live this is perfect.

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