In article <elmop-76B09F.email@example.com>,
Elmo P. Shagnasty <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Why not try PagePlus Cellular?
>You get the benefit of Verizon towers and actual phone service, but with
>the benefit of not having to do business with Verizon Wireless.
>You can even use your existing phone to make it all happen.
Believe it or not, my issue is with Verizon's "towers and actual phone
At my home, incoming calls go straight to voice mail, with alarming
frequency. No problem with outgoing calls. No problem with service at
Obviously, Verizon's network is intermittently failing to route calls
to my cell phone. A succession of Verizon reps has instructed me to
update my roaming list, update my phone software, and even switch to a
more expensive voice plan (!). What Verizon has not done is search for
the problem in their network. Most likely, the tower nearest to my home
is frequently too busy to route incoming calls. I won't ever know for
sure because I can't get any meaningful action out of Verizon.
I know that AT&T sucks, but it is likely to be superior to Verizon in
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