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TELUS Mobility - $50.00 per month (36 Month Term) (Personal)| $300 Port-In Credit
350 Minutes (per second) | 6pm Eve & Wknds | Unlimited CDN LD | Unlimited SMS | Call Display | Voicemail | 6GB Data
BELL Mobility - $38.00 per month with Bell Bundle (12 Month Term) (Business)
400 Minutes | 6pm Eve & Wknds | Unlimited Incoming | 500 LD Mins | Call Display
Is the network still goin up and down?
I'm probably gonna pick up a Mobilicity BB 9360 to start using full time...
the network is not up and down but one cell still being worked on, never goes offline the signal just get a bit weak sometimes (southside) the rest of the city of covered with 4/5 bars
I went as far as Devonshire and Landsdowne (not far from Sobey's plaza) and I got 5/5 bars around that area
I might go by the pond by the weekend
With exception of southside most of the city will give you 4/5 bars. Indoors can be ok with reception similar to the big 3
I am using cellmapper (blackberry user here) to map coverage in Woodstock, little by little I'll try to fill the map to get an accurate picture of Wind's coverage in town.
This is what I have so far:
Last edited by Woodstock_Guy; 05-17-2012 at 07:02 AM.
I didn't mention other cities because this thread is about Woodstock, other expansion cities have their own thread and I considered redundant since I am sure someone will mention it on the appropriated thread
It looks I jumped the gun too quickly, Woodstock is just "planned expansion" not "Home zone" yet, most of the city is covered, the problem areas are just southside (low signal) and Mill st and Dundas (Tim Hortons) where there is a dead zone (the area is in a hole) going up hill on Mill st the signal goes full full bars a little further pass the tracks (100 m)
Last edited by Woodstock_Guy; 05-26-2012 at 06:59 PM.
There is an edit button.
Cool info none-the-less.
Nevermind Bell.. LTE is fine.
Since someone already responded to my previous post I decided to put my correction where in a post were I added more details about the current coverage of the city (Woodstock)