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Old 09-22-2021, 09:01 PM   #21
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We live in foothills of Northern CA. VZ has the best coverage here and in the Sierra. A T &T also good coverage in most areas. As mentioned above T mobile is known for solid coverage in populated areas, not as good as other major carriers in the fringe areas.
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Old 09-23-2021, 03:29 PM   #22
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I can say that for most of Wyoming, Montana, N & S Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado that either Verizon or AT&T will be virtually the same. Majority of areas you will have coverage on both networks, and then some areas you will have coverage from only one of them… or no coverage at all. If you are planning on taking an extended trip through rural areas then you might be interested in getting a cell phone booster for your vehicle. It will help when you have limited service. I have a WeBoost Drive Reach in all my vehicles and it does help tremendously. (And I like to camp in the middle of nowhere Wyoming)
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