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As well as they should. (1)

niftymitch (1625721) | about a year ago | (#43051297)

The lock in and lack of standards is a pain in the behind.

I am lucky -- in this house counting work provider phones I now have three providers and I can tell you the service levels differ by four bars. This is in Silicon Valley no less.

The mathematically inclined can do the math to work out the magnitude of this in powers of ten. But me...

Me I now know which provider I will switch to when my lock in is over.

I am deciding how serious I am about filing truth in advertising complaints with the gvment. regulators because the worst has a map showing "stellar" coverage which is a bold face lie.

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