Categories: at&t, blackberry, coverage, iPhone, Storm, verizon.
I had an iPhone. I had at&t. I no longer have an iPhone. I no longer have at&t. I posted a while ago an at&t coverage map of my neighborhood. At&t says there is coverage. There is not coverage; at least not what is claimed. The map is not correct. The map says there is full coverage. There is not full coverage. I menition in my previous post that is may be that the iPhone requires a much stronger cell phone signal to function properly. This may be the case, but there are also complete dead spots. The dead spots are not on the map. How did they make the map? Im my house at&t service is at 1-3 bars, and would cause the phone to drop calls. I could not drive through town without getting a dropped call. Yet at&t still has the same coverage map on their website.
I actually called customer service so the call would drop with them on the phone. I called soooo many times, and the call dropped sooooo many times, that they actually game be a $200 credit that I used to cancel my account. I am now with Verizon, have a Blackberry Storm, and am very happy. I miss the iPhone, I like the Blackberry, and in the end you can never have the best of both worlds.
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