Are you waiting patiently for the AT&T Microcell to come to your neighborhood? It was announced last month that a nation wide roll out would begin for the microcell and slowly but surely, AT&T is increasing its availability.
Over the past few weeks, the microcell has become available in parts of Arizona, New Mexico, New York (upstate area), Fresno, Sacramento, San Francisco, New England, Chicago, North Texas and all of North Carolina. You can visit ATT.com, enter your zip code under the "availability" tab and find out for certain if the microcell is available in your area.
The microcell itself will run about $150 and if you want to have unlimited minutes included, it will cost you an additional $19.99 a month. Otherwise, using the microcell will feed off your existing package minutes.
While the gradual roll-out can be painstakingly slow, for those of us dealing with only one bar of coverage, the microcell should be worth the wait. I just wonder how long it will take to break the habit of going to the one window in the house that offers two bars of coverage whenever I use my Windows Phone.
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