How is coverage in San Diego/La Jolla

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I'm on my way out there in a few hours and the archive
comments on this are a bit dated.

Can anyone let me know how coverage is in the area these days?

Thanks very much! DGI

PS: I checked the SPCS site, but the maps are so vague it's hard to
put any trust in them. Thanks again.
 
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David G. Imber wrote:

> I'm on my way out there in a few hours and the archive
> comments on this are a bit dated.
>
> Can anyone let me know how coverage is in the area these days?
>
> Thanks very much! DGI
>
> PS: I checked the SPCS site, but the maps are so vague it's hard to
> put any trust in them. Thanks again.

I do pretty nicely pretty much anywhere I go in San Diego and LJ. I
can't say I get around all that much, though. I'm able to use it in my
home in Mira Mesa, in my client's office in "The Village" La Jolla, in
Balboa Park, in downtown, etc...
 
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On Tue, 13 Apr 2004 21:09:08 -0400, David G. Imber
<imber@maniform.com> wrote:

> I'm on my way out there in a few hours and the archive
>comments on this are a bit dated.
>
> Can anyone let me know how coverage is in the area these days?
>
> Thanks very much! DGI
>
>PS: I checked the SPCS site, but the maps are so vague it's hard to
>put any trust in them. Thanks again.

In case anyone else is interested, I spent several days
traveling around San Diego and La Jolla and had rock solid service
everywhere I went. Never failed. Good strong signal - got through
first time and held every time.

DGI
 
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Yep, same here. I was in and around Oceanside and Camp Pendleton also and
got great coverage.

Scotty



"David G. Imber" <imber@maniform.com> wrote in message
news:pm6c809p7qdpi87blchsi652md4g4m1g6r@4ax.com...
> On Tue, 13 Apr 2004 21:09:08 -0400, David G. Imber
> <imber@maniform.com> wrote:
>
> > I'm on my way out there in a few hours and the archive
> >comments on this are a bit dated.
> >
> > Can anyone let me know how coverage is in the area these days?
> >
> > Thanks very much! DGI
> >
> >PS: I checked the SPCS site, but the maps are so vague it's hard to
> >put any trust in them. Thanks again.
>
> In case anyone else is interested, I spent several days
> traveling around San Diego and La Jolla and had rock solid service
> everywhere I went. Never failed. Good strong signal - got through
> first time and held every time.
>
> DGI
>
>
 
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> >PS: I checked the SPCS site, but the maps are so vague it's hard to
> >put any trust in them. Thanks again.

I've been saying this since forever, but the SprintPCS apologists think
its fine to put out only small scale maps that ignore all the known dead
zones.
 
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"Robert M." <rmarkoff@msn.com> wrote in message news:<rmarkoff-170509.07405521042004@news02.east.earthlink.net>...
> > >PS: I checked the SPCS site, but the maps are so vague it's hard to
> > >put any trust in them. Thanks again.
>
> I've been saying this since forever, but the SprintPCS apologists think
> its fine to put out only small scale maps that ignore all the known dead
> zones.

Where are your copmplaints about this regarding all the other
carriers? You said that they all do it, then where are your
complaints?
 
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On Wed, 21 Apr 2004 12:40:56 GMT, "Robert M." <rmarkoff@msn.com>
wrote:

>
>> >PS: I checked the SPCS site, but the maps are so vague it's hard to
>> >put any trust in them. Thanks again.
>
>I've been saying this since forever, but the SprintPCS apologists think
>its fine to put out only small scale maps that ignore all the known dead
>zones.

I understand your criticism - the maps are awful. But to put a
positive spin on things, I do find that I get far, far better and more
detailed information here. The reason I followed up my original post
is so that now anyone like myself wishing to find more up-to-date
information on this subject can check the archives.

Adaptability and imagination - keys to a great society.

DGI
 
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In article <7e761144.0404211105.1537d2ee@posting.google.com>,
pcsguy@bellsouth.net (TechGeek) wrote:

> "Robert M." <rmarkoff@msn.com> wrote in message
> news:<rmarkoff-170509.07405521042004@news02.east.earthlink.net>...
> > > >PS: I checked the SPCS site, but the maps are so vague it's hard to
> > > >put any trust in them. Thanks again.
> >
> > I've been saying this since forever, but the SprintPCS apologists think
> > its fine to put out only small scale maps that ignore all the known dead
> > zones.
>
> Where are your copmplaints about this regarding all the other
> carriers? You said that they all do it, then where are your
> complaints?

They have been filed, thank you very little.
 
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In article <acnd8055toq25trpstka4ppcrp9k83hk9b@4ax.com>,
David G. Imber <imber@maniform.com> wrote:

> I understand your criticism - the maps are awful. But to put a
> positive spin on things, I do find that I get far, far better and more
> detailed information here. The reason I followed up my original post
> is so that now anyone like myself wishing to find more up-to-date
> information on this subject can check the archives.

Also your local newgroup would be a source of information.
alt.california ?
 
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On Wed, 21 Apr 2004 20:52:48 GMT, "Robert M." <rmarkoff@msn.com>
wrote:

>In article <acnd8055toq25trpstka4ppcrp9k83hk9b@4ax.com>,
> David G. Imber <imber@maniform.com> wrote:
>
>> I understand your criticism - the maps are awful. But to put a
>> positive spin on things, I do find that I get far, far better and more
>> detailed information here. The reason I followed up my original post
>> is so that now anyone like myself wishing to find more up-to-date
>> information on this subject can check the archives.
>
>Also your local newgroup would be a source of information.
>alt.california ?

I'm in NYC, but travel for business. I was also just in Fort
Worth, where I had rock-solid service, but that's been reported here
widely already.

DGI
 
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In article <sbod80pi9onp3cf1ceblh5nda3k4ptsagv@4ax.com>,
David G. Imber <imber@maniform.com> wrote:

> I'm in NYC, but travel for business. I was also just in Fort
> Worth, where I had rock-solid service, but that's been reported here
> widely already.

SprintPCS Executive Services is located in Fort Worth. One would
expect it to be a place of good coverage. Kansas City is likely best.
 

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