How do Drop Zones effect you?
|Annoying & inconvenient (38%)
|Cannot replace home phone (15%)
|Creates a safety gap (14%)
|Crimping social life (13%)
|Poor reflection on business (15%)
Report AT&T Dropped Calls and Drop Zones for All Major Carriers
If you're experiencing dropped calls or spotty service from your carrier and you're frustrated, now you have an on-line tool for submitting the problem areas. Start reporting dead spots by location here at CellCoverage.com, whether you're logging AT&T dropped calls, or drop zones for any other major carriers. We've created a place for cell phone users to unite and submit data on where they experience difficulty using their cell phones. Submitting a report is easy too, as there are options for either using a map to specify your location, or filling out a basic form. You can choose whichever method is most convenient for you.
Whether you're at home, around town, or traveling across the country, you expect your cell phone to have reception, and when those bars fade unexpectedly, it can be frustrating. No one wants to deal with Sprint dropped calls, or problems with any other carrier. With CellCoverage.com you can take advantage of your Internet connection at home or at work to get your cell phone reception on par with the rest of your modern life. Our purpose is to help promote the improvement of cell phone infrastructure throughout the United States, and it's not possible without help from people like you. We need your data on AT&T dropped calls, Verizon dropped calls and problems with any other carriers in specific areas. And more importantly, we need you to spread the word about CellCoverage.com through your social networks. We've included many quick tools on the site for sharing a link easily, and we encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities to improve reception in your area. More users equates to more data on Sprint dropped calls, T-Mobile dropped calls and problems with other carriers, which in turn allows us to present the data from each submission to the telecommunications carriers.
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