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Question about MHz Coverage areas

Discussion in 'Southern US Wireless Forum' started by nicholasr, Dec 27, 2007.

  1. nicholasr

    nicholasr New Member

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    I live right out side of Lexington, ky along I-75. My wife wants the Nokia N 72 phone however i found out that cingular / att operates off of 1900 and 850 mhz. The N 72 will only operate off of 1900 mhz. Does anyone know if we buy this phone if it will work in and between lexington and cincinnati ? I did find a map of the coverage areas however it was real spotty and hard to tell where the 850 and 1900 start and end. Thanks for any help... Nick
     
  2. Bill Clinton

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    I should suggest you find a phone with 850MHz if you are using AT&T. You will get much better coverage if you have both bands.
     
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    I second this statement. Tri-mode phones are useless with AT&T.
     
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