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  1. #1
    Ric Kaysen
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    I'm considering changing cell providers. How's Sprints service in central
    New Jersey?





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  2. #2
    Scott
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    Re: Signal Strength In Central NJ?

    Getting alot better, a few dozen new cell sites are getting built....

    Now, the pinelands, thats another story.......


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    > I'm considering changing cell providers. How's Sprints service in central
    > New Jersey?
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    Isaiah Beard
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    Re: Signal Strength In Central NJ?

    Ric Kaysen wrote:
    > I'm considering changing cell providers. How's Sprints service in central
    > New Jersey?
    >
    >


    Central NJ has had great coverage for quite a while. the Piscataway
    area used to be a bit spotty but has improved greatly. Edison,
    New/East/North/South Brunswick and rest of Middlesex and Somerset
    counties are well-covered. A couple years ago it used to be that
    dropped calls were common, but I haven't had any in over a year.

    Sprint made it a point to cover major highways well, and considering NJ
    is 75% major highways, that's a good thing. As a previous post
    mentioned, you'll only have trouble in the pinelands in southern NJ, but
    even Verizon and Cingular have some trouble down there. If you're
    really worried about this, then you can get the $5 roaming package
    add-on, and between Sprint covering nearly all of the state and Verizon
    filling in the gaps, you should be fine.


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  4. #4
    Ric Kaysen
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    Re: Signal Strength In Central NJ?


    "Isaiah Beard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Ric Kaysen wrote:
    >> I'm considering changing cell providers. How's Sprints service in central
    >> New Jersey?

    >
    > Central NJ has had great coverage for quite a while. the Piscataway area
    > used to be a bit spotty but has improved greatly. Edison,
    > New/East/North/South Brunswick and rest of Middlesex and Somerset counties
    > are well-covered. A couple years ago it used to be that dropped calls
    > were common, but I haven't had any in over a year.
    >
    > Sprint made it a point to cover major highways well, and considering NJ is
    > 75% major highways, that's a good thing. As a previous post mentioned,
    > you'll only have trouble in the pinelands in southern NJ, but even Verizon
    > and Cingular have some trouble down there. If you're really worried about
    > this, then you can get the $5 roaming package add-on, and between Sprint
    > covering nearly all of the state and Verizon filling in the gaps, you
    > should be fine.



    A lot of good info...thanks.





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