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Best Plan/phone for Brookline, MA?

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by megbu36, Aug 21, 2002.

  1. megbu36

    megbu36 New Member

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    I'm looking to change plans since I have Sprint right now and its not working great. I drop calls and I get zero reception in my new apt in W. Roxbury (border of Brookline). Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    I would assume Verizon would be the best choice. I am not sure about that part of MA since I haven't been by there. But all other parts of MA that I have been, Verizon works Great.
     
  3. dobby10

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    I have a relative who went to Brandies, she had an appartment in Brookline. She had Voicestream for 3 years, it was good, The phone broke and she switched to ATT. The ATT service, caused many dropped calls.
     
  4. MVL

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    The West Roxbury / Brookline border is a terrible black hole for cell service (I live there too). Last March, AT&T put up a cellsite and now is probably the only decent provider in the area. Verizon has a barely usable signal, usually will drop a call every 15 minutes or so. Problem is that AT&T is behind Verizon in coverage most everywhere else in Greater Boston. No one else, in my experience, can even get a call out. I also spotted some voicestream RF engineers in the area so maybe they're getting a tower up also.

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