Well, the truth is you'll never know for 'sure' about the coverage until
you try the phone for a few days in the areas you most ofter use the
phone. I'm assuming you're buying a pre-paid phone? First check the
carriers coverage map, then check here to see if any dead-zones have
been reported in your specific area ( http://www.deadcell
and then buy the phone from a store that will let you return it (usually
like 15 to 30 days - like WalMart, Best Buy, Circuit City, etc.). Ask
about their return policy.
Most all phones have nationwide roaming - but be sure to ask anyhow.
> I live in Wisconsin. I don't use the cell phone for texting, just
> voice and not too much of that. Can anyone point me to the carrier
> with the best voice coverage in Wisconsin? We also travel to Arizona
> in the winter and I would like the have nationwide roaming included and
> again good coverage. The coverage maps are so vague that I thought I'd
> ask here. I also would like to carry over my minutes, so the T-Mobile
> 1000 minutes for $100 for a year is appealing. I'm just concerned
> about the coverage.
> Any help will be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you.
> Gail Bensing
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