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T-Mobile service Sioux Falls, SD

Discussion in 'T-Mobile Forum' started by JasonWells, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. JasonWells

    JasonWells Junior Member
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    Location:
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    So far T-Mobile service has been good! I have some questions. In Sioux Falls, SD we can use T-Mobile native, Alltel roaming and SiouxlandPCS (LongLines wireless). All are available and allow use. However, today the T-Mobile didn't appear on the phone. In its place is Unicel. A search of networks didn't reveal T-Mobile either. When selecting Unicel, the service seems the same as what the T-Mobile was. Ideas? Does T-Mobile have plans to start offering and selling native service in Sioux Falls and the area? Thank you for help.


    It was surprising to have native T-Mobile service in Sioux Falls, as according to coverage maps, it was all roaming. Anything is possible, though. The various services offered work well when used.
     
  2. Matt

    Matt Twin girls!
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    It looks like T-Mobile has some coverage out there, especially to the east.
     

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  3. maximus

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    I was in Sioux Falls this summer. Tmo service was good in town. It does fall off pretty quickly west of town though.
     

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