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Better Signal for Sprint Users via the Airave

So we all know that these wireless companies don

WC Staff
WC Staff
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  • Ok thats fine but what about us truck drivers who drop sprint calls left and right? Will a laptop in the truck with broadband help?
  • FINE!!??!! It's not even close to fine!
    I have to pay an extra $15 a month to get a decent signal AND I have a range of whatever length cord I can stretch out from my laptop?
    That's not FINE it's RETARDED!!
    We used to call that a landline!
    But now we can feel all high-tech that we're so clever that we can route our calls over the internet so as to fix SPRINT's f'd up network for them!
    Or, we could just switch back to ATT.
    Seems a lot simpler.
  • FINE!!??!! It's not even close to fine!
    I have to pay an extra $15 a month to get a decent signal AND I have a range of whatever length cord I can stretch out from my laptop?
    That's not FINE it's RETARDED!!
    We used to call that a landline!
    But now we can feel all high-tech that we're so clever that we can route our calls over the internet so as to fix SPRINT's f'd up network for them!
    Or, we could just switch back to ATT.
    Seems a lot simpler.
    I believe all the carriers are working on similar technology. Tmobile has an interesting one. $15/$30 for unlimited local and national calls? That's competing with VOIP services.
    If you don't get a signal at home...switch carriers. Honestly, you really need to be told that? Tell you what, I'll call Sprint and tell them to take the gun away from your head to make it all better, mmm k? :rolleyes: