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best cell network, and why?

by kx4sam / December 12, 2007 6:42 AM PST

OK, lets hear it. What do you like or dislike about your cell network.

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by wliang / December 12, 2007 12:08 PM PST

you doing a survey to help you decide what carrier to run with?

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best cell network, and why?
by LolaGeek / December 13, 2007 9:09 PM PST

I think the most important thing is which carrier gets the best reception in the areas where you are using your phone. I am a T-Mobile customer, and when I was in college, there was a T-Mobile tower on the top of one of our dorms, so I had great service everywhere. Meanwhile, other students with different carriers could hardly get a signal on campus. On the other hand, we vacation on a small island where no phones get any reception except for Verizon, so I'm pretty much unreachable while we're away (which is nice!).

Yes, various carriers may offer different pricing and services, which you should also take into consideration, but the main thing is that you want to actually be able to use your phone!

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