14 thoughts on “Can You Hear Me Now? Not So Well In SF, LA & NY”

  1. Your map shows Minneapolis in the middle of Wisconsin. Voice coverage here is ok, but each carrier (I’ve tried them all) has their own bad spots. I use Sprint’s EVDO and get good coverage and decent download rates.

  2. San Antonio has good AT&T coverage given its headquarters there. When coverage for (Cingular) wasn’t so great, they made sure to install towers on the route AT&T’s CEO Whitaker took getting from home to the office.

    Sadly, this just made him think Cingular had great coverage when really it was terrible everywhere else. Like 70 miles north in Austin, where connecting and keeping a call on Cingular has been very difficult.

  3. I would really like to know how you are able to “game” a system that culls feature blogs by automation and consistently have yours show up on the home page………….yes I’m jealous!

  4. Favorite story: When Nokia put up a new US headquarters building in Richardson, TX, their architect specified windows with a thin metal film on them to keep out the Texas sun. Problem was, the film blocked cell signals. I visited months after they moved in, and the troops were still shocked and muttering to themselves.

  5. ROFL – nice “map”. Minneapolis and Chicago in Wisconsin? Indianapolis in Illinois? Atlanta in Alabama? St. Louis in Kentucky? San Diego near the Arizona border? You’re killin me here… argh!

  6. AT&T is terrible in San Francisco. It’s amazing to me how often I can’t get a signal or an Edge network connection on my iPhone in one of the most populous cities on the West Coast.

  7. Pardon the slightly jumbled map labels. The artwork was a bit rushed and there wasn’t a whole lot of space for everything. 🙂

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