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ATT vs. Verizon

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Brian Grigg, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     



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  2. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  3. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  4. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  5. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  6. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  7. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  8. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  9. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  10. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  11. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  12. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  13. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  14. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  15. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  16. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    In alt.cellular.verizon Killer Michael <killermike@qwerty.com> wrote:
    : Unfortunately Verizon has the oldest hardware line-up around. If you're
    : looking for Bluetooth or anything like that, then run away from Verizon as
    : fast as you can. They also push back release dates on new phones for months
    : and months at a time. I had Verizon and switched to AT&T. I can now use
    : wireless headsets, dump data from my computer to my phone and actually have
    : the latest hardware available. The whole idea of me having a cell phone is
    : to keep my some times boring day a little fun and different. I don't mind
    : grabbing new cell phones every now and then. Verizon left all their
    : customer's hanging with crapola phones and nothing really new....they're
    : really geared to GET IT NOW and really pushing towards the teenage market.

    Well, some of us only want a decent phone with good service and don't
    care about the gadgets. I dumped AT&T TDMA for Verizon because TDMA
    service had gotten so bad I couldn't stand all the missed calls and
    fast busies I got when trying to make a call. Verizon service and
    reception has been great, and the simple Nokia 3589i has been great -
    I've never looked back.

    Andrew
    --
    ----> Portland, Oregon, USA <----
    *******************************************************************
    ----> http://www.bizave.com <---- Photo Albums and Portland Info
    ----> To Email me remove "MYSHOES" from email address
    *******************************************************************
     
  17. David S

    David S Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 23:25:03 -0700, "Dan Albrich"
    <junkmail@shaney.uoregon.edui> chose to add this to the great equation of
    life, the universe, and everything:

    >> Not south of Dunsmuir before Redding it doesn't, or at least it didn't
    >> last year.


    >-> AT&T absolutely kicks Verizon's butt when it comes to any place you can
    >name on I5, and this is new this year -- last year I would have agreed with
    >you. Check it now, and see what you think.


    The point being, coverage can change a lot in a year. December, 2002, I
    drove from Chicago to Peoria on I-80. Once I left the Chicago market, it
    was analog until I entered the Peoria market. Same trip in October, 2003,
    was all digital except for about 1 mile as I left the Chicago market.

    --
    David Streeter, "an internet god" -- Dave Barry
    http://home.att.net/~dwstreeter
    Remove the naughty bit from my address to reply
    Expect a train on ANY track at ANY time.
    "We're proud of our restaurant. The public is invited to inspect at any
    time. Keep out!" - sign on kitchen door of a New York City restaurant
    (collected by Cindy Adams, New York Post, June 23, 1997)
     
  18. David S

    David S Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 23:25:03 -0700, "Dan Albrich"
    <junkmail@shaney.uoregon.edui> chose to add this to the great equation of
    life, the universe, and everything:

    >> Not south of Dunsmuir before Redding it doesn't, or at least it didn't
    >> last year.


    >-> AT&T absolutely kicks Verizon's butt when it comes to any place you can
    >name on I5, and this is new this year -- last year I would have agreed with
    >you. Check it now, and see what you think.


    The point being, coverage can change a lot in a year. December, 2002, I
    drove from Chicago to Peoria on I-80. Once I left the Chicago market, it
    was analog until I entered the Peoria market. Same trip in October, 2003,
    was all digital except for about 1 mile as I left the Chicago market.

    --
    David Streeter, "an internet god" -- Dave Barry
    http://home.att.net/~dwstreeter
    Remove the naughty bit from my address to reply
    Expect a train on ANY track at ANY time.
    "We're proud of our restaurant. The public is invited to inspect at any
    time. Keep out!" - sign on kitchen door of a New York City restaurant
    (collected by Cindy Adams, New York Post, June 23, 1997)
     
  19. David S

    David S Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 23:25:03 -0700, "Dan Albrich"
    <junkmail@shaney.uoregon.edui> chose to add this to the great equation of
    life, the universe, and everything:

    >> Not south of Dunsmuir before Redding it doesn't, or at least it didn't
    >> last year.


    >-> AT&T absolutely kicks Verizon's butt when it comes to any place you can
    >name on I5, and this is new this year -- last year I would have agreed with
    >you. Check it now, and see what you think.


    The point being, coverage can change a lot in a year. December, 2002, I
    drove from Chicago to Peoria on I-80. Once I left the Chicago market, it
    was analog until I entered the Peoria market. Same trip in October, 2003,
    was all digital except for about 1 mile as I left the Chicago market.

    --
    David Streeter, "an internet god" -- Dave Barry
    http://home.att.net/~dwstreeter
    Remove the naughty bit from my address to reply
    Expect a train on ANY track at ANY time.
    "We're proud of our restaurant. The public is invited to inspect at any
    time. Keep out!" - sign on kitchen door of a New York City restaurant
    (collected by Cindy Adams, New York Post, June 23, 1997)
     
  20. David S

    David S Guest

    On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 23:25:03 -0700, "Dan Albrich"
    <junkmail@shaney.uoregon.edui> chose to add this to the great equation of
    life, the universe, and everything:

    >> Not south of Dunsmuir before Redding it doesn't, or at least it didn't
    >> last year.


    >-> AT&T absolutely kicks Verizon's butt when it comes to any place you can
    >name on I5, and this is new this year -- last year I would have agreed with
    >you. Check it now, and see what you think.


    The point being, coverage can change a lot in a year. December, 2002, I
    drove from Chicago to Peoria on I-80. Once I left the Chicago market, it
    was analog until I entered the Peoria market. Same trip in October, 2003,
    was all digital except for about 1 mile as I left the Chicago market.

    --
    David Streeter, "an internet god" -- Dave Barry
    http://home.att.net/~dwstreeter
    Remove the naughty bit from my address to reply
    Expect a train on ANY track at ANY time.
    "We're proud of our restaurant. The public is invited to inspect at any
    time. Keep out!" - sign on kitchen door of a New York City restaurant
    (collected by Cindy Adams, New York Post, June 23, 1997)
     

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