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Switching to Sprint? Opinions?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Michael L., Jun 7, 2004.

  1. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     



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  2. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  3. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  4. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  5. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  6. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  7. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  8. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  9. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  10. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  11. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  12. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  13. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  14. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  15. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  16. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  17. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  18. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  19. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     
  20. On Wed, 09 Jun 2004 03:13:49 GMT, O/Siris <0siris@sprîntpcs.com>
    wrote:

    >> Sprint natively uses only 1900 MHz. You can only roam where SprintPCS
    >> allows you to roam, not just anywhere.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >???
    >
    >Aside from some really small regional carriers, we've got roaming
    >agreements that cover 97% of the entire land area of the country.


    Other than many 'dead' areas, I have to say that if there is a signal
    at all, I can get roaming service when not on the PCS network.
    However, that also means I pay roaming charges, and that happens in
    far too many metropolitan areas for a "nationwide, no roaming
    network".


    Deb
     

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