Thinking of switching cellular service...

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  1. Michael*K

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    The array of choices is pretty daunting. Which carrier, which plan, which phone... Are there any cellular service advocacy sites that operates like DSL Reports, sort of like a clearinghouse for consumer feedback?
     
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    Thanks! Those bulletin boards helped cement my decision.
     
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    glad to hear it. [​IMG]
     
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    So whatja pick? I've sort of been shopping around myself...

    KJP
     
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    I decided to go with the AT&T TDMA service. I was leaning toward it based on the experience of a couple of friends and family members. But I wanted to get some additional opinions. The building penetration of their signal is excellent. My previous carrier, Cingular was piss poor. Might move to AT&T's GSM network in a year or so once it's built out more. One thing about the Howard Forums site. They obviously aren't as well funded or are unwilling to upgrade their server like the HTF does semi-regularly. It's the only reason I can see for them disabling the search feature.
     

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