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at&t in the LA and bay area is soo bad you have to walk outside your house to make a call, i know a at&t tech that pays for a tmobile phone because he wont put up with att's BS.

Oh, here's something kind of ironic. Will (who lives in the Bay area) has no problem with his AT&T service, other than not having unlimited data. And I live in beach area of Los Angeles county, and I also have no problem with AT&T's service. wink.gif

Yeah.
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at&t in the LA and bay area is soo bad you have to walk outside your house to make a call, i know a at&t tech that pays for a tmobile phone because he wont put up with att's BS.
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Oh, here's something kind of ironic. Will (who lives in the Bay area) has no problem with his AT&T service, other than not having unlimited data. And I live in beach area of Los Angeles county, and I also have no problem with AT&T's service. wink.gif
Yeah.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/irony

OT, unless they conjure up more towers, AT&T will still have better coverage than Sprint in non-urban areas. In normal urban areas, there's probably not much of a difference between the two. Along major and minor highways, they both have good coverage. The only real difference you'll probably notice is if you go off into the boonies, where you probably won't get any Sprint signal for miles, whereas you might get some good AT&T coverage. OP, if you're flying to/from LV, it won't matter one bit which carrier you have. If you're driving down 295, and other interstate highways, you might be in and out of coverage, but honestly not for long.
    
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at&t in the LA and bay area is soo bad you have to walk outside your house to make a call, i know a at&t tech that pays for a tmobile phone because he wont put up with att's BS.
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Originally Posted by Miki View Post

Oh, here's something kind of ironic. Will (who lives in the Bay area) has no problem with his AT&T service, other than not having unlimited data. And I live in beach area of Los Angeles county, and I also have no problem with AT&T's service. wink.gif
Yeah.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/irony

OT, unless they conjure up more towers, AT&T will still have better coverage than Sprint in non-urban areas. In normal urban areas, there's probably not much of a difference between the two. Along major and minor highways, they both have good coverage. The only real difference you'll probably notice is if you go off into the boonies, where you probably won't get any Sprint signal for miles, whereas you might get some good AT&T coverage. OP, if you're flying to/from LV, it won't matter one bit which carrier you have. If you're driving down 295, and other interstate highways, you might be in and out of coverage, but honestly not for long.

Hm...
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Anyway, yeah, Sprint has pretty decent coverage in large cities. ^__^
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