The coverage area of a cellular service provided is not affected by the differences in operating systems of the handset. The reception of the handset may be affected by the differences in operating systems. Typically OSi (Apple) and Android will have comparable reception in a given area.
No, the coverage footprint is actually determined by the carrier being used rather than the OS (operating system) ..."Android" is the operating system of a phone.
Therefore, for example, an Android Straight Talk phone using AT&T (such as this one) will have a different coverage footprint than another Straight Talk Android phone using, Verizon, for instance.
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