Hey Roy, for what it is worth, I have Alltel and travel between AZ and NY at
least once a year. There is only one place I have been with the phone and
not had service, up/down I-25 in New Mex but then even the cb doesn't work
to well there.
So's the Sahara desert, compared to N. Dakota... and that's even AFTER Red
I've found that when an area has a low population density, it usually deserves
Sprint/Nextel stores will do it usually for free. Newer phones can be
done by calling customer service (*2 for Sprint, maybe Nextel) and
requesting a PRL update flag. Then you call back later and it auto
downloads. At least thats the way it works with Sprint and
Sprint/Nextel merged and now use the same network so hopefully the same
works in Baja!
Nan's work uses it and her boss told her that if she could get it to work in
Baja, she would love to have her as a consultant for a few hours a week when we
move... An hour of her time at work is about 5 times the daily min. wage of $5
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