I love LR. even if they have cruddy service. Fresh air makes up for it.... Apple iPhone forum
I love LR. even if they have cruddy service. Fresh air makes up for it.
LR's a great place, but Verizon (now that Alltel is part of them) is the best choice for dependable service.
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I'm currently (and have been using) AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
It's a wireless cellular phone!
It's not perfect (what is?) and anyone who understands how cellular works, will know that each service has dead spots, weak spots, and it's just a fact of life... want perfect connectivity? Stay home on your land line...heh!
Me? I don't even use a land line.
I'm sure "each service has dead spots" but I've been all over the country including A lot of the west and I haven't found a dead spot yet with Verizon (Alltel) - I don't have to leave Little Rock to find a great number of dead spots with At&t.
I think what alot of folks seem to forget is that verizon has pretty much been a single company for years and years which means that they haven't had to do too much "integration" of their wireless network. AT&T on the other hand has been pieced together via mergers & acquisitions over the past 10+ years.
Does this excuse the dead spots? Of course not. I think if a company sells a service, the consumer has a right to expect a certain level of service. I think it just goes to explain why verizon seems to have a more "seemless" network right now.
From time to time, you have to wonder...... What was I saying?
It may explain the AT&T dead spots but, like you say, if a company sells a service the buyer has a right to wxpect that service. When they sell the service they dont sell coverage 80-90% of the time.