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recs for best service in princeton, nj?

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

  1. Guest

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    i know people gave recommendations a year ago about which carrier has the best service in princeton, but i was wondering whether things had changed in the last year. i'm moving from NYC to princeton and i'd like to keep my sprint phone number, but i haven't had much luck getting a signal so far. the reps at sprint told me to get a new 3g phone and things would improve, but i'm not sure. others have told me to go with verizon.

    any recommendations?

    thanks in advance!
     
  2. bobolito

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    Unless they put towers where you need them, a signal won't improve. Don't go by customer service reps promises that only want customer retention. No 3G or any G is going to make any signal stronger. If you can't get a good signal in the area you will be moving the most, then I promise you won't be a happy camper. Maybe it's time for you to switch. How is your analog signal in Princeton? If it's good, you might wanna consider Verizon.
     
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  3. wakko

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    I spent a few months in princeton, on ATT's digital one rate plan. Call quality was good except for a few spots around nassau street around campus, and I was on digital roam just west of campus. Talking to locals, Verizon and ATT seem to be a popular choices. There's a fair share of voicestream user's too. Sprint is definitely not a good choice there.
     

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