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Florida users poll


Jan 6, 2004, 7:51 PM
how often is there no signal?

how often do you miss call that go to voice mail?

would you count on metro for business use?
thanks for your input!

Mar 4, 2004, 12:39 PM
ive noticed that no one has responded to your thread.. still wondering for some input? well.. the cdma1x service will be awesome for business. the fact that theres no contract will also be benefeciary to you as well. the phones look pretty weak, but if your looking for a phone and nothing more then i dont think that really should be an issue. as long as your not making any long distance calls or traveling outside of your calling area, i think this would be good service to go with. hopefully its not too late.

Mar 4, 2004, 8:29 PM
thanks - I got it and like it with long distance included too!

Apr 24, 2004, 7:19 PM
well i was an ex metro pcs user.
i didn't like the service because in buildings and indoors i ALWAYS lost the service.
the plans are very good and inexpensive but the coverage and and service aren't that great.
the phones really suck, and they all die in about a couple of hours.
no wonder they call it metro piece of sh!t.
and thats why i switched to t-mobile and got me a nokia 6610 and an n-gage and so far I'm happy with t-mo. and not looking to switch back to metro.
BUT for business use its good because of the cheap plans that everyone can afford it but the phones have no rebates. and the unlimited long distance and local for 40$ is really good too. so overall its probably a 6-7 out of 10

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