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Is there any cellular coverage near Exit 32 of Interstate 87 near Westport, New York?

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by almaviva, Apr 4, 2006.

  1. almaviva

    almaviva New Member

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    Is there any cellular coverage near Exit 32 of Interstate 87
    near Westport, New York? (from ANY cell phone company)

    Specifically, the location indicated by the big red arrow in
    this map:
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    Thanks for your help! :)
     
  2. Fire14

    Fire14 Easy,Cheap & Sleazy
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    Location:
    Union County NJ
    My Phone:
    EnV
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    Verizon
    I am sure Verizon or Cingular should have some type of coverage in this area, normally the closer to an Interstate the better chance of coverage. Have you checked the maps at any of the wireless carriers stores? If you give them an address they can look up your location to let you know if & how much coverage there is.
    Also T-Mobile has an on line link to see coverage by Zip code or street address. http://www.t-mobile.com/coverage/
     
  3. mframe

    mframe Senior Member
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    It looks like that area is covered by Unicel and Verizon, however it is very patchy, in that spot. I used T-Mobile's coverage locator, to check the GSM (Unicel) coverage, looked like that spot was in-between covered patches. Likewise, Verizon's coverage map (not very detailed), seemed to also show that spot in-between covered patches. Maybe you can borrow a phone, or get a friend, with a CDMA and/or GSM phone, to see if there is service, there.
     

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