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what cellphone works up there?

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Mine! grin.gif

Good Luck!

Ken

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verizon grin.gif

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Thanks

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Not mine. grin.gif

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Verizon, midwest wireless, and sometimes T-mobile

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unicel works fine, when the tower isn't too busy.

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Look back a few pages and there was a huge post about it!

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my T-Mobile has never worked up there mad.gif

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what phone do you have? my old nokia never got reception but my new samsung will sometimes pick up a tower called USA 890 and i can get one to two bars from there.

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sprint on roam..........

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midwest wirelesss has always worked for me

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Verizon, but I barely get 12 hrs out of the battery on roam. It's great to have a 12-volt plug-in in your fish house to charge it. I don't use it much but it sure chews battery just being on. At home it will last 72 hrs. easy. Stan C.

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My Samsung phone thru QWEST worked up there all weekend without problems. No roaming charges either.

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