reply to itguy05
Re: ??? It does in fact take significant amounts of TIME to expand a wireless network. I have been involved as a supplier to AT&T contractors upgrading the Arizona wireless networks. Many of the delays are created by a few homeowners standing in the way of progress or the cities extracting their pound of flesh at a painfully slow pace. You simply can not do what AT&T is attempting to do over a 1-2 year period of time.
In looking at the network architecture AT&T is putting in place they will be in good shape when they begin to offer LTE services. While it doesn't seem to be a popular position to take in this venue AT&T as a public company also has an obligation to their shareholders as well as their end users.
BTW generally speaking my iPhone works very well in most places and is no more prone to network performance issues than was the my Verizon service. All of the networks have holes in coverage that have yet to be filled.
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said by Mountain Man:talking out of your ass, I see.
You simply can not do what AT&T is attempting to do over a 1-2 year period of time.
reply to Mountain Man
said by Mountain Man:Your closing statement relates to nothing in discussion, it just sounded good to you.
All of the networks have holes in coverage that have yet to be filled.