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  1. #1
    Shlomo Ha Melech
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    I have been a t-mobile customer for the past 4 years because I could travel to
    Asia and use a local sim card in the phone.

    Now that I can keep my number I want to drop t-mobile here in the USA.
    How is the quality of service Sprint in NYC and more specifically in south
    Queens.





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  2. #2
    David G. Imber
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    Re: Sprint in Queens NY, any good?

    On Fri, 19 Dec 2003 22:46:09 GMT, "Shlomo Ha Melech"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I have been a t-mobile customer for the past 4 years because I could travel to
    >Asia and use a local sim card in the phone.
    >
    >Now that I can keep my number I want to drop t-mobile here in the USA.
    >How is the quality of service Sprint in NYC and more specifically in south
    >Queens.
    >


    Can't really talk about specific localities, but I brought a friend
    of mine into Sprint about a year and a half ago, and he's been extremely
    satisfied with the service. He's located in the Union Turnpike/Utopia
    Parkway area, but he travels all over the borough for work.

    DGI

    PS: He has my old Sanyo 4700, which is an excellent phone. His wife has my
    old Sanyo 4000, which is 2G only. I don't think she uses it much, and so I
    can't say what her experience is. But as I say, he's expressed his
    satisfaction to me many times, even bragging that he was able to get signal
    when his sister-in-law (at&t) couldn't.




  3. #3
    Peterbilt
    Guest

    Re: Sprint in Queens NY, any good?

    I'm in west Queens, Maspeth and Middle Village area and I have no problems
    with Sprint. I have a Sanyo 8100 now but when I had my Samsung N400 I didn't
    have any problems either. A friend on mine lives in Staret City in Brooklyn
    and he has problems getting a signal but as soon as he leaves that area he
    has no problems at all. I hope this helps you out a little bit. I been
    basically all over the area and I don't have any problems getting a signal.
    The only time I ever had a problem was when I went up to Chappaqua, North of
    Tarrytown. I was even in Sears yesterday on Queens Blvd and 63rd Drive and I
    think I was the only one in the store that had a good signal to make and get
    calls. My dad was with me and he has ATT prepaid. He couldn't get out at
    all. There were also a few other people that tried to make calls around me
    and they were having a hard time getting out. Now, that might be because we
    were in the middle of the store, by the watches, but I got a perfect signal
    on my phone and was able to call people. My mom has Virgin Mobile but she
    left her phone in the car. I would have liked to see what kind of signal she
    got because Virgin uses Sprint's network. I don't know what, if any, mobile
    service Sears sells but that might have something to do with it too.

    "Shlomo Ha Melech" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I have been a t-mobile customer for the past 4 years because I could

    travel to
    > Asia and use a local sim card in the phone.
    >
    > Now that I can keep my number I want to drop t-mobile here in the USA.
    > How is the quality of service Sprint in NYC and more specifically in south
    > Queens.
    >
    >






  4. #4
    DG12
    Guest

    Re: Sprint in Queens NY, any good?

    I'm in Flushing and work at JFK Airport. My srevice is excellent. I'm also very
    happy with my service when I travel. Many of my coworkers have Sprint and are
    quite satisfied as well. Just wish that Sprint Motorola V60c would come out
    soon.

    Don
    [email protected]



  5. #5
    Paul Kaytes
    Guest

    Re: Sprint in Queens NY, any good?

    ON Fri, 19 Dec 2003 22:46:09 GMT, "Shlomo Ha Melech"
    <[email protected]> WROTE:

    >I have been a t-mobile customer for the past 4 years because I could travel to
    >Asia and use a local sim card in the phone.
    >
    >Now that I can keep my number I want to drop t-mobile here in the USA.
    >How is the quality of service Sprint in NYC and more specifically in south
    >Queens.
    >


    I visit a friend in Kew Gardens frequently and my service there is
    flawless (Sanyo 5300)

    take care,
    Paul




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