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    Network opinion - Denver/SLC

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    I am looking to switch to ATT or TMo because I want the curve. Anyone in Denver or SLC have thoughts on network reception/quality? I use this for a lot of work calls and want to minimize dropped/poor quality calls. I currently have VZW (which has good reception for the most part in Denver/SLC), but don't care for the 8830's keyboard.

    Any thoughts are appreciated.

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    Re: Network opinion - Denver/SLC

    I wouldn't change carriers just because of a phone's keyboard, unless I knew that the one I was changing to had as good or better reception in All of the locals I normaly visit.

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    Re: Network opinion - Denver/SLC

    I have excellent reception throughout the Denver metro area.

    Areas that I am frequently at and always have great reception:
    6th & Speer, Denver
    US36 & Wadsworth, Broomfield
    Sante Fe & Bowles, Littleton
    As you know those are three places all over the Metro area. I get great reception at all of them.

    I've been with Tmobile for only a year but can't say enough good things about the coverage in the Denver area. I also can't recall every dropping a call in the past year. I wouldn't hesitate recommending them.

    Good luck.

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    Re: Network opinion - Denver/SLC

    Thanks for the responses. Great to hear about Tmo! As for the keyboard, it's only one reason. I used my boss' 8830 and it was jibberish. I used a Curve and it was pretty dead on without typos. Fat thumbs? Other than that, Verizon is jerking us around....it will cost less to change carriers, and I will get the phone I want. Plus, the monthly plan saves $$, too. Our corporate Verizon rep even did the calculations and told us it would be cheaper to change! Yes, they have good coverage, but it seems universal that the other carriers in my markets do to.

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