After 4+ decades in Bkly., now split my time between Ca. and Miami. Business in both places - altho may get out of Fl. situation soon.
Been w. T-M since long before their fore-runner came to Ca. Had a NYC phone on Omnipoint - a $20/mo acct to use when overseas. PacBell (Cingular/att) was the only GSM carrier here and they charged several dollars/min to roam anywhere overseas. Omnipoint charged 29 cents/min. for incoming in most major countries. I am still grandfathered in on those rates.
The only traveling i now do w. in Ca. is to Fresno every 6 weeks or so. T-M provides coverage wherever I go in the Bay area and in the Central Valley. The only place they are weak where i sometimes go are parts of Marin County.
Now that we have unlimited voice service for an average of under $50 a line, we are paying MetroPCS rates to have service from a major nationwide carrier - couldn't be happier!!
Danny - while i have your attention, I think subdividing the "Coverage Section" into multiple sub-sections is a mistake. In total, there are not that many posts in all the sub-sections combined. There are many of us that are interested in multiple coverage areas - but don't like the hassle of having to jump around.
GoogleVoice (domestic call forwarding and cheap intl. calls)
T-Mobile lines on unlimited "family" plan - me, wife. Cost is about $80 a line incl. 5GB/mo. data on each line. We have had no landline in 7 years