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    BB voice service among carriers...

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    Who really has the best voice service for using a BB? ... and explain

    1) AT&T
    2) Verizon
    3) T-Mobile
    4) Sprint-Nextel
    5) AllTell

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    Re: BB voice service among carriers...

    I think it all depends on your Location and what works best for you. I think everyone has a different experience with their carrier/carriers. I think a person will go where they feel is best for them.

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    Re: BB voice service among carriers...

    Yea i think Location has a lot to do with it. Like reddog187 said the person will deicde what best sutes them.

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    Re: BB voice service among carriers...

    Whichever carrier provides the best coverage and the best voice connection where you use the phone is the best for you.

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    Re: BB voice service among carriers...

    It really depends on coverage so there's no universal answer.

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    Re: BB voice service among carriers...

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
    * Entirely location. You should ask people in your area, what problems they've had, consider what phone they are using though. A phone with a junky antenna will get bad reception no matter what company you have your service through.
    * Remember that physical objects and landmarks play a large role in cellular and especially data reception.
    * Very rarely take a salespersons word for it. They often have very limited information on the actual coverage. Unless they have the same phone and use their phone, in the same location, under the same conditions; they don't actually know and they are usually looking at graphs, indexes, or maps which haven't been mapped out perfectly.
    * Consider the buildings you will you will use your phone in the most. If they are in basement, have very thick walls, or comprised primarily of metal, you will probably get reduced signal.
    * Depending on your area multiple providers often rent out space on other towers to easily expand their networks. If this is the case near you, then you might not get any better coverage from one company vs another on the same tower.

    Hope this helps!

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    Re: BB voice service among carriers...

    Quote Originally Posted by Kortanis
    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
    * Entirely location. You should ask people in your area, what problems they've had, consider what phone they are using though. A phone with a junky antenna will get bad reception no matter what company you have your service through.
    * Remember that physical objects and landmarks play a large role in cellular and especially data reception.
    * Very rarely take a salespersons word for it. They often have very limited information on the actual coverage. Unless they have the same phone and use their phone, in the same location, under the same conditions; they don't actually know and they are usually looking at graphs, indexes, or maps which haven't been mapped out perfectly.
    * Consider the buildings you will you will use your phone in the most. If they are in basement, have very thick walls, or comprised primarily of metal, you will probably get reduced signal.
    * Depending on your area multiple providers often rent out space on other towers to easily expand their networks. If this is the case near you, then you might not get any better coverage from one company vs another on the same tower.

    Hope this helps!
    Good answer

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