The number of wireless subscriber complaints filed with the FCC went up almost 38% from 2003 to 2004. The Consumers Union (the organization responsible for Consumer Reports) compiled all the data. Cingular, when combined with AT&T Wireless because of the Fall merger, received the worst feedback of 289 complaints per million subscribers. Cellular One scored nearly as poorly as Cingular. T-Mobile, which has won J.D. Power's customer satisfaction survey the past few years, was third from the bottom at about 180 complaints per million. Of the national carriers, Verizon scored best with only 76 complaints per million, however U.S.Cellular took top honors with 39 per million.