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  1. #16
    Matt J. Britt
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    Re: Verizon

    UC San Bernardino? When did they build that school?

    I've always called it Cal State San Bernardino.... Maybe I'm wrong....


    Matt

    "Steven J Sobol" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > In alt.cellular.verizon Larry W4CSC <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >>Where's Lake Powell?

    >
    > > Oh, no! Another college graduate......hee hee....(c;

    >
    > I'll have you know that:
    >
    > (a) I haven't graduated from college. I'm planning on probably getting

    a
    > degree from UC San Bernardino sometime in the future, and I put in a

    couple
    > years at Dayton, but I haven't finished college yet.
    >
    > (b) I'm pretty damned good and learning the lay of the land. Only took me
    > a couple weeks to get a feel for the major roads when I moved out here.
    >
    > Ain't my fault I've never heard of Lake Powell.
    >
    > :P
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  2. #17
    Steven J Sobol
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    Re: Verizon

    In alt.cellular.verizon Matt J. Britt <[email protected]> wrote:
    > UC San Bernardino? When did they build that school?
    >
    > I've always called it Cal State San Bernardino.... Maybe I'm wrong....


    Brainfart. There is no UC school in San Bernardino. It is Cal State.

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  3. #18
    Bill Radio
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    Re: Verizon

    The area around Lake Powell has many areas shadowed from Verizon coverage.
    In those areas, if you are not actually using Verizon's own analog signal,
    you will access Cellular One/Western Wireless. While parts of their network
    support CDMA, TDMA and GSM roaming, most likely, you would access their
    analog signal around the Lake.

    As has already been mentioned, your phone would not 'see' the other cellular
    carrier unless your phone has the Auto A network selection chosen. Neither
    Alltel nor Cellular One are in the PRL in that area. But if your phone does
    have Auto A chosen, or if it only has "Auto", you could also access Cellular
    One of NE Arizona who has some mountain top sites that cover long distances,
    especially in analog.

    C-1/NE AZ was a TDMA carrier, but is switching to GSM, but also has analog.

    -Bill Radio
    Western U.S. Wireless Reviews at:
    http://www.MountainWireless.com


    "Steven J Sobol" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > In alt.cellular.verizon Todd Allcock <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >> There are a couple parts of the country where Verizon WILL roam by

    default
    > >> on a TDMA carrier.

    > >
    > > Perhaps, but since Verizon is a CDMA carrier using CDMA phones, their
    > > customers roaming on a TDMA carrier would only roam in analog mode,
    > > which is what seems to have happened to our original poster,

    >
    > Right.
    >
    > But as it turns out, they were supposed to have had native CDMA coverage
    > from Verizon, or perhaps Alltel, in the area where they were using the

    phone.
    >






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