In my very rural and hilly area there is no cell service even though all the cell-phone providers claim there is one hundred percent coverage in the state.
I used to think that was a problem—but now I am beginning to think that is a good thing.
I guess I need to start showing up at town meetings to heckle anyone who tries to put in more cell towers. :-)
posted on 05/27/2018 4:27:41 PM PDT
(Hidden behind the social justice warrior mask is corruption and sexual deviance.)
I live in a hilly rural area, too-and the nearest cell tower to my place is 5.4 miles away-so coverage sort of sucks here, too...
posted on 05/27/2018 4:59:05 PM PDT
("You've got to saddle up your boys, you've got to draw a hard line"...)
I used to think that was a problembut now I am beginning to think that is a good thing.
Irrelevant. It stores and forwards once connectivity is restored. Has since the mid-90's, nothing new.
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