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QUESTION CONCERNING THE 19067 YARDLEY AREA?

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by Guest, Mar 14, 2002.

  1. Guest

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    HAVE JUST MOVED TO THE 19067 AREA CODE (YARDLEY) AND AM HAVING A HORRIBLE SERVICE. I MYSELF HAVE SPRINT PCS AND HAVE HAD THIS SERVICE FOR THE PAST 3 YEARS. MY ROOMATE HAS NOKIA PHONE WHICH IS CINGULAR SERVICE, AND GETS EVEN WORSE RECEPTIOI N. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY ADVICE OR OPPINION? THANKS, COL
     
  2. ComicalMoodyDan

    ComicalMoodyDan Gold Senior Member
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    Sounds like a tough place to cover, Verizon Wireless has the most coverage in the US and currently you get 15 days to try out there service and if you don't like it simply cancel it within that trial period and you pay no cancellation fee you pay only for the service that you have used.
     
  3. jason

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    Yardley is a tough area - not a lot of support for towers by those living there.

    In Yardley proper, best coverage is hands down Voicestream.

    They have a tower Northeast of Main and Afton (on Afton) behind a strip mall and are the only carrier the town area.

    I could give you better advice on what carrier might be best if you could give me a major intersection you were close to.

    If you are going up toward Washington Crossing on PA-32 several miles N of I-95, you're stuck. No one has coverage there.

    jason

    (in Doylestown)
     

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