If I lived there, I wouldn't be using AT&T for data, assuming there was another carrier that covered it. Grayling, Gaylord and Rosscommon combined add up to 5000 residents according to Wiki
AT&T... your world, throttled.
iPhone 4 on AT&T:
I have to use Verizon in order to get it subsidized by my employer, or I have to carry two phones (Verizon iPhone/BB and another carrier). I hated having two phones, but I am fed up with Verizon's lack of adequate cell sites. I am amazed that in NE or OK or TN they seem to be on every cell tower, yet here in Philadelphia if you're in the 'burbs at&t has 5/5 bars and Verizon is 1X with 1 bar. I don't drop many calls on Verizon anymore, but data coverage is laughable in so many areas.
Now don't get me wrong, at&t used to be terrible in Philly back in 2007-2008. I'd drop 10 calls while walking; it was really ridiculous, but as far as I can tell now, they blow Verizon out of the water in indoor coverage//signal strength. I do think at&t is ignoring some rural areas, and that isn't right. Even in rural PA, at&t may be EDGE only in some areas, but they still are very competitive in coverage with Verizon. Verizon's 3G in many weak/rural areas is just as slow as EDGE, so once again, they are competitive with each other in rural PA. I wonder why that isn't the case elsewhere?
I agree. If att had total hspa+ overlay instead of edge only areas att would beat out Verizon.
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That is I have a Verizon phone in central Pennsylvania.
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