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Friday, July 9, 2010

Verizon’s Bogus Coverage Claims

My intent isn’t for this blog to become a cell phone rant fest. However looking at my past few posts, I am beginning to wonder if that is where I am going. I keep reading these great articles about how AT&T service is horrible and how great Verizon’s cellular coverage is. One article at PC World  was very convincing on why you should switch to an Android based phone and choose Verizon for your cellular coverage. I can only say, "Come stand in my front yard and see what kind of vaunted Verizon coverage you get. It just ain’t here!"

Please note that I do not, repeat do not live in a cave or some kind of remote area. I am in a populous suburb in not so rural Bucks County, PA. When I went to the unofficial but nevertheless labeled Verizon Wireless store with the Droid Incredible I returned I could not get one bar of service consistently. The clerk told me that they don’t have good signal strength at that location. The store is in the county seat of Bucks County hardly a bucolic bumpkin village and yet the vaunted Verizon coverage is weak at best.

So for the record, Verizon your cellular coverage does NOT measure up to your advertised performance.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

same problem here. My husband's Verizon drops the ball, I mean call, around 10 times a day. This is not an exaggeration either. My iPhone, about that many in the two or three years I have owned it!

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