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  1. #1
    Robert - Michigan
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    Oh come on Nextel have a dead spot, never

    The only one I know of is between LA California and Maine..lol

    Get a real cell service

    I drive truck for a living and found out the hard way they have NO service
    at all in ND or SD not one city!! among a hell of a lot holes in service as
    large if not larger than the size of the state of Texas.


    "Scott" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Does Nextel have a site or a meanigful way to report dead zones/spots? If
    > so, where? My son is currently in Old Bridge, NJ (zip code 08857) and he
    > is
    > limited to parftial and/or no service yet Nextel's site shows coverage in
    > the area.
    >
    > If it makes a differnce, we have a government type account.
    >
    > Thanks, Scott
    >
    >






    See More: Reporting Dead Spots




  2. #2
    Zman
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    Re: Reporting Dead Spots

    Who's holding the gun to your head? There are other carriers. If your
    service sucks, stop whining and switch to another one.


    "Robert - Michigan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Oh come on Nextel have a dead spot, never
    >
    > The only one I know of is between LA California and Maine..lol
    >
    > Get a real cell service
    >
    > I drive truck for a living and found out the hard way they have NO service
    > at all in ND or SD not one city!! among a hell of a lot holes in service
    > as large if not larger than the size of the state of Texas.
    >
    >
    > "Scott" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Does Nextel have a site or a meanigful way to report dead zones/spots? If
    >> so, where? My son is currently in Old Bridge, NJ (zip code 08857) and he
    >> is
    >> limited to parftial and/or no service yet Nextel's site shows coverage in
    >> the area.
    >>
    >> If it makes a differnce, we have a government type account.
    >>
    >> Thanks, Scott
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Zman
    Guest

    Re: Reporting Dead Spots

    Keep this in mind, Nextel is a business to business provider. What
    businesses are there in ND and SD? Before you list some little company with
    20 or 30 employees, know that it costs about $200,000 to put up a tower.
    That means that there needs to be at least 5000 - 10,000 customers in that
    area to make any money. I know, big shocker, a company in business to make
    money?????????

    If the state has more deer than people, there will be very few cell towers.
    Why do you think that there is only 1 cell carrier that covers the UP?
    "Robert - Michigan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Oh come on Nextel have a dead spot, never
    >
    > The only one I know of is between LA California and Maine..lol
    >
    > Get a real cell service
    >
    > I drive truck for a living and found out the hard way they have NO service
    > at all in ND or SD not one city!! among a hell of a lot holes in service
    > as large if not larger than the size of the state of Texas.
    >
    >
    > "Scott" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Does Nextel have a site or a meanigful way to report dead zones/spots? If
    >> so, where? My son is currently in Old Bridge, NJ (zip code 08857) and he
    >> is
    >> limited to parftial and/or no service yet Nextel's site shows coverage in
    >> the area.
    >>
    >> If it makes a differnce, we have a government type account.
    >>
    >> Thanks, Scott
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    >






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