Without fail, even if your standing on our deck, waving your hand in the air, standing on a box, wearing an tin foil hat, if you’re using your cell phone, your call will be dropped. Â It is one of the most frustrating parts of my day. Â As I look at one of the country’s largest cities I can’t call Kira to say hello. Â And this isn’t a passing thing. Â This isn’t a bad day, or a fight with a neighbor that passes as the seasons do and soon I forget and move on. Â It’s every time I make a phone call, or find a voice mail waiting for me with no indication of a call. Â I’m enraged.
So I get online to think about how I can figure this out. Â I look at AT&T’s website and it just ends in terror. Â Below is their coverage map. Â It’s wrong. Â I’m confused.
But then I look closer and I find it is indeed NOT wrong. Â My Â mistake. Â They’ve created a map, of the United States, colored with blue and orange and with roads and cities and you can even find your own street if you wanted to. Â And it might be covered in a color. Â There is even a key at the bottom, telling you what colors mean. Â And then there’s a small ‘learn more’ link that really should be clicked on.
And so as of today I’m selling cell service to anyone who would like it for just $1 a month. Â I offer the best coverage and speeds in the nation, better than anyone else AND I’ll even offer an unlimited package for just $2 a month. Â See MY map for coverage.Â Welcome to the new Telecom-John!