[Ansteorra] OT, Cellular coverage at event sites
allasa at gmail.com
Fri May 18 07:09:10 PDT 2007
I love my Nokia. It's been dropped in mud, onto asphalt from a truck, etc.,
and it's still working just fine. I recommend them to everyone who asks me
after telling them I'm a bit biased because I love mine. I see no point in
buying cell phone insurance as I could get a new phone on e-bay for $30 or
$40 and my insurance deductible would be $50 after paying $5 a month
forever. Actually, after looking at the prices online, I may go ahead and
pick up a Nokia 2610 or 6126 for about $50 when I get paid next.
- Alasa, who has a love/hate relationship with cell phones as she gets
yelled at when people can't make them work...
On 5/17/07, Jean Paul de Sens <jeanpauldesens at gmail.com> wrote:
> Insurance is a money making proposition for the cell phone vendors. Don't
> buy it.
> Btw, I disagree with Niklas, T-Mobile has great coverage, as most of our
> sites *are* within cell phone range. I have coverage at Gulf Wars. I've
> had it for almost 8 years now, and at most have hit one or two events a
> where I couldn't get signal.
> However, I do agree that all of their customer services suck. That's just
> the way it is.
> I personally believe that Nokia phones *still* have the best sound
> Motoral, LG, and Blackberry's just do not sound as good, IMO.
> On 5/17/07, Owen Van Meter <ovanoff57 at clearwire.net> wrote:
> > Ask about the insurance that is suppose to cover everything with the
> > providers. I have had Alltel for a while
> > and the insurance was great and not that expensive until I tried to
> > on
> > it. I was told that I needed to have a "police report" to be able to
> > about lossing it somewhere. And since I didn't have a police report the
> > number would have to stay on my bill and I get charged for it just as if
> > was still using it. Other than that very seldom did I have an area I
> > couldn't use - as long as I paid my bill and shut up and sat down.
> > Griffin Van Meteren
> > Emerald Keep
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