07-25-2010 4:28 AM
I recently went to a Boy Scout camp in Goshen, VA. All the people with Verizon phones were able to use their phones: call home at night, check weather services like Weather Bug to keep an eye on the frequent storms, and use other services. It was a shame for AT&T customers - no coverage whatsoever. Thousands of users a summer come through this camp, just on the outskirts of Goshen. I would think AT&T would want to compete there.
07-25-2010 8:38 AM
07-28-2010 6:08 PM
LOL the "network master" is asking for your help with their network. I live near Charlottesville and AT&T coverage is average to poor at best in this area.
08-02-2010 9:40 PM
"Network Master" is a rank, given to people who have answered a lot of posts and contributed to the forum (unlike a certain "New User"). You can read more about ranks here.
AT&T doesn't have coverage everywhere; none of the carriers do. AT&T has the better coverage in the south than Verizon, owing to A&T having been BellSouth and Southwestern Bell at one point. Verizon was Bell Atlantic, so their coverage is better in this neck of the woods.
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