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steeplechaser2

CELL PHONE COVERAGE AT URL???

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steeplechaser2

A few years ago my son and I had a marvelous trip in March with Kelly P as the mentor and guide.....we are making the voyage again this weekend and plan to bring a few extra guys along to show them the wisdom of Kelly P and his crappie sensing magic.....Just wondering if the cell phone coverage is any better than it used to be.....we couldn't use our cell on the last trip....I'd hate to have 4 cellphones along just to get the "Searching.........." message.....thanks for the responses....can't wait to endure the cold and those monster crappies..... shocked.gifshocked.gifshocked.gif

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barebackjack

I have T-Mobile and it dont work however NINETOE has verizon I believe and his comes in clear as a bell.

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kelly-p

I think it is Cel 1 that is the bad one. I have Cel 2000 and it is fine.

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Double A

Verizon Coverage seems to be fine.

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steeplechaser2

thanks for the swift replies....I think we're covered...can you you hear me now? tongue.gif

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Fishn'Lady

We have AT&T Wireless and have good reception.

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Mug

AT&T works great. No problems there

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rooster30

AT&T digital service works great, but AT&T GSM service does not work at all.

Everybody take care up there this weekend with these cold temps. Please be prepared for the worst, and hope for the best.

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stellarfisher

I was up last weekend and Sprint service doesn't work from almost Bemiji to Red Lake and obviously not on the lake. frown.gif

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MinDak Hunter

My Sprint phone works well on Red... I used it last week to call the wife while fishing.

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stellarfisher

Thats great...I was thinking that there might be something wrong with the reception of my phone...maybe I can complain to the phone company now. Just wondering what kind of sprint phone do you have?

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MinDak Hunter

I have a Kyocera I think it's a model 2255 as that's the only marking other than Sprint I can see on it... I've had mine for about three years now and it's always worked on Red.

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