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Re: Pres. Obama killed AT&T here in AZ
I feel for ya!
The only thing which comes close in my life is the dead zone in my kitchen. How many times have I walked into the kitchen for a drink or snack while on the phone and lost the call.
I guess I can say AT&T is leading to fewer calories, putting a positive face on it.
NerdtalkerWorking Hard, Or Hardly Working?Premium,MVM
That's really really annoying. Hopefully things will change when the AT&T femtocell starts hitting shelves.
I'm really lucky in that my primary residence has maximum bars throughout and generally speedtests really well (1.6 megabits/s).
Every time I head up to Phoenix (seems like Tempe and Scottsdale in particular) I notice that the speedtests slow to barely over 300 kilobits/s, perhaps 500 in some places, and just stays there. Sky harbor is particularly awful; just a huge glaring omission on AT&T's part to not bring frequency reuse to the max for one of the US's busiest airports.
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