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Cingular vs. Verizon in Westchester and NYC?

Discussion in 'AT&T Wireless Forum' started by trachshack, Mar 27, 2006.

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  1. trachshack

    trachshack New Member

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    I am thinking of switching from Verizon to Cingular for various reasons. I live in SE Westchester County and commute into NYC on Metro North. Anyone have any insight into pros and cons of Cingular and Verizon for (mostly) these areas? I had heard a couple of years ago that Cingular was terrible but I have since heard it has improved. Any help would be appreciated.

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    My brother is up in Bronxville and has cingular, i'm in Manhattan and have verizon. We both do pretty good. I'm switching to cingular because of the rollover minutes. Just waiting until they get the new razor. But i may not wait that long.
     
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    Please refer to the post you made in the Northeast forum. Since only one thread per topic is allowed, this one is being closed. Thanks for your contributions.
     
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