Kansas City beats St. Louis in wireless service comparison

Rankings by RootMetrics show the wireless service in the Kansas City market – Sprint Corp.’s home base – is performing well for its size though it’s a little slow. Seattle-based RootMetrics tests wireless networks nationwide to compare service in the 125 largest metropolitan markets. It combined results for all four national carriers’ service in each market to see how well calls, texts, data, speed and reliability held up. Population also figured into the rankings.

Kansas City’s overall rank was 29th, compared with its population rank of 30th. This market fared well with reliability, ranking ninth, but not so hot on speed, ranking 75th. St. Louis ranked 41st overall.

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