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  1. #1
    Mark
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    Thinking of switching over to PCS from T-mo.How is service in the NYC area.
    To be more exact Brooklyn, Sheepheads Bay area. Also Florida, Fort
    Lauderdale.

    Also how is there ready link service?

    Thanks
    Mark





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  2. #2
    Scooterflex
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    Re: NYC

    I have found outstandingly better service through SPCS than through Mextel
    and I have lived in NYC my whole life. If you want to try it out I recommend
    getting a Sanyo phone as a first, thay have the best reception from what I
    heard.

    "Mark" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Thinking of switching over to PCS from T-mo.How is service in the NYC

    area.
    > To be more exact Brooklyn, Sheepheads Bay area. Also Florida, Fort
    > Lauderdale.
    >
    > Also how is there ready link service?
    >
    > Thanks
    > Mark
    >
    >







  3. #3
    David G. Imber
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    Re: NYC

    On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 23:46:56 -0500, "Mark" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Thinking of switching over to PCS from T-mo.How is service in the NYC area.


    Can only offer that service in lower Manhattan and throughout
    Queens from the 59th street bridge, through Flushing, Kew Gardens,
    Jamaica -- rock solid. In fact it's improved so much over the past 7
    years I've been with them, that I really can't think of any
    significant problems I've had lately anywhere. I have only one friend
    on T-mobile, and his service isn't as good when he's in town,
    particularly in Brooklyn. But that's not scientific - it could be his
    phone, software or whatever.

    DGI



  4. #4
    Jerome Zelinske
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    Re: NYC

    I think you meant switching over to Sprint PCS. You are already on one
    of the PCS carriers. T-Mobile only has PCS licenses. They are running
    2g gsm on it instead of the 3g CDMA of Sprint PCS.



  5. #5
    Orac
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    Re: NYC

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Mark" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Thinking of switching over to PCS from T-mo.How is service in the NYC area.
    > To be more exact Brooklyn, Sheepheads Bay area. Also Florida, Fort
    > Lauderdale.
    >
    > Also how is there ready link service?


    I'm in NYC and NJ a lot. The service is quite solid. Five years ago,
    there were a fair number of dead zones, but they all appear to have been
    filled in, at least the ones where I tend to go.

    --
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    | interested in trying to compensate for your amazing lack
    | of observation."
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  6. #6
    Central
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    Re: NYC

    On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 23:46:56 -0500, Mark wrote:

    > Thinking of switching over to PCS from T-mo.How is service in the NYC area.
    > To be more exact Brooklyn, Sheepheads Bay area. Also Florida, Fort
    > Lauderdale.
    >
    > Also how is there ready link service?
    >
    > Thanks
    > Mark

    I live in Florida and have lived in Fort Lauderdale. When I lived there,
    near Sunrise, and now when I travel through out South Florida I have had
    great sprintpcs signal. Works great down i-75 and i-95.




  7. #7
    Mark
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    Re: NYC

    Thanks


    "Mark" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:eBr0e.1779$[email protected]
    > Thinking of switching over to PCS from T-mo.How is service in the NYC
    > area.
    > To be more exact Brooklyn, Sheepheads Bay area. Also Florida, Fort
    > Lauderdale.
    >
    > Also how is there ready link service?
    >
    > Thanks
    > Mark
    >






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    agentHibby
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    Sprint has good coverage outside from what I hear in NYC. They are ok in some subways and underground areas, Verizon is the king in NYC.

    T-mobile is 100% PCS network using GSM digital
    Sprint PCS is 100% PCS network using CDMA digital
    The best provider gives you a plan with the minutes you need at the right price. The coverage that you need to make calls all the time.



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