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Nextel coverage in Murfreesboro, TN...

Discussion in 'Southern US Wireless Forum' started by Smitty79, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. Smitty79

    Smitty79 Junior Member
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    May 12, 2003
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    My Phone:
    Samsung m520
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    I was wondering if anyone here knows what the coverage for Nextel is like in middle Tennessee. I'm currently with Verizon, but looking to switch at the begining of next year. Thanks. ;)
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  2. mike220

    mike220 New Member

    Nov 18, 2002
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    I have traveled TN and the southeast a good bit and my expierence has been Nextel underestimates their coverage on their maps. Coverage has increassed southward from Nashville a good bit in the last year until the Gap between I-24 and I-65 is almost gone until you get as far south as Shellbyville. Some of this area is not exactly smooth and flat either so there will be dead spots. Coverage is uninterupted along I-24 but coverage East of Murfreesboro into rural TN may be questionable. I would go to your Nextel store and take a handset out on 15 day trial and see for your self before making a final decision. If you have friends or coworkers using Nextel ask them. Nextel will be much more usable to you if you know people to 2 way with.
    If you don't know people to 2 way with STAY with Verizon.
    Oxford GA

  3. jameskk

    jameskk New Member

    Apr 3, 2004
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    my sister lives in Eagleville (halfway between Murfreesboro and Franklin) and my phone says No Service at her home. Nextel's coverage map shows the area as being covered, but it's not. My Cingular and Verizon both have full signal. There are also several dead spots on 840 between I-40 and I-24 area. Nextel sucks in middle TN. Go with Cingular if you want to switch from Verizon.

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