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Can You Hear Me Now?

July 25th, 2016

Having been a faithful loyal wireless customer to Sprint, it pains me to see wen I'm unable to retrieve service on my phone considering it's a lifeline for not only with ohana but work and da occasional game or two as well - trust me, NOT Pokeman Go.

If you haven't guessed wat "49" was in da last blog, I've been out adventuring for a few days and while all da people in my traveling party were getting their calls, voicemails and text in EXACTLY da same spot I was in - my phone/service struggled to keep up.

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I was getting texts literally hours late, 'data' was nearly impossible to get unless I was near wi-fi and even then it seemed like only certain data was able to go through - no web but was able to video call, no email but was able to get (delayed) text and it sucked seeing everybody else 'connected' but not me especially since you nevah know when someone is trying to reach you and it could be an emergency - maybe my phone is too old (Note 3) but maybe it's my service.

Please bear with me as I'm putting together a Travelog post but in da mean time, if you feel like sharing, who's your service provider? Have any frustrating connection problems? Are you a "can you hear me now" caller?

SHOUT OUT: And for those who want a bit of cheer, KSSK is having their LEON day (Noel spelled backwards) today which is normally held on June 25th but they were in Alaska. They'll be playing Christmas music for the whole day I believe and with the rains that came through we all might need a little pick me up. 😀




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6 Responses to “Can You Hear Me Now?”

  1. GA Bows:

    Been with Verizon for over 10 years. Pay more than other carriers but get the best coverage.


  2. Cook 'Em:

    Got Sprint too. Sometimes, the phone or message alert doesn't ring. I will suddenly get notice that I have a message, but I never heard the phone ring. Otherwise, my Sprint service had been pretty good, as near as I can tell. I'm not a real heavy user, so my perspective may be off.

    Hope you're having a great time with your adventure! Looking forward to your post.


  3. wafan:

    Always been with Verizon and never had a problem. Other folks with any of the other providers always seem to have problems as you've described. I guess you really do get what you pay for.


  4. AJ:

    Tmobile. Generally ok, but sometimes phone does not ring or a person I call often cannot hear me but I can hear him and vice versa.


  5. lno:

    I am also with Verizon. Been with them for 15+ years, like GA Bows stated you'll pay more, but there coverage & frequency is better than other service providers. Never had any problems with Verizon.


  6. cojef:

    Home phone and 2 old generation cell-phone cost us $78.30 per month. Ours are not i-phones or galaxies.


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