need a compatible provider in central U.S.
montgoss+openmokocommunity at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 16:14:50 CET 2007
Looks like AT&T has better 1900 coverage in that area.
Of course, you should be able to makes calls with both networks just
fine since they usually have free roaming.
On Dec 10, 2007 10:47 AM, Jason Joines <joines at okstate.edu> wrote:
> John Locke wrote:
> > We drove through Oklahoma a year ago, and we've had T-Mobile for several
> > years. That's one place my wife's quad-band phone worked, while my
> > tri-band (missing 850Mhz) didn't. In fact, I think that's where I
> > figured out the frequency issue, found the info page on each phone to
> > find out that my phone (a Motorola) didn't have 850.
> > Seems to me my phone got a signal in Okla. City and Tulsa, but pretty
> > much nowhere else in the state... 20 miles out of Tulsa I had no signal.
> > Cheers,
> > John
> > Jason Joines wrote:
> >> It is pretty rural but the town I'm in has a population of about
> >> 50,000 and is halfway between two cities ( 60 miles to each ) with
> >> metro areas over 1,000,000. Maybe there's decent coverage here.
> >> I found some old news (2003) about tmobile expanding their 1900
> >> GHz coverage in Oklahoma, Texas and further west. I contacted them to
> >> let 'em know I was using the FIC Neo1973 and would buy a plan if they
> >> had enough 1900 GHz coverage. They're supposed to answer in 24 hours
> >> or less so hopefully they'll have good coverage.
> Maybe it's better now, This map shows pretty good 1900 MHz coverage:
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