Re: Bad service - can I cancel without ETF?
07-23-2012 09:08:36 AM
"How is it AT&T's fault that you moved?" This question, from and AT&T employee, is enough to make me not want to be an AT&T customer.
Oh, and the answer is plain and simple: AT&T is a *national* provider. But it cannot provide adequate coverage in certain parts of the nation. Translation: AT&T fails to provide services promised.
I live in NYC where AT&T fails regularly.
There is a disclaimer at the bottom that the statements are their opinion and have no bearing on the company as a whole.
As far as NYC goes, even verizon and sprint fails in the downtown area - I know I carry a phone from each major carrier and am there regularly.
Absolutley no carrier promises you 100 percent reception 100 percent of the time in 100 percent of their coverage area, that is physically impossible concerning the basic technology behind cellular service, back in the beginning of cell servie with bag phones and permently installed phones the coverage was better - becasue the phones had a full 5 watts of transmit / recieve power as compared to todays phones that maybe have .5 or less for transmit and recieve.