So, they’ve got a plan, a plan to blanket Speedway Meadow with enough non-ionizing radiation to cook a hot dog at 200 yards. That way, your phone will work for sure for a change.
(I don’t know, I have a Palm Treo smartphone that Costco gave me about four years ago cause I signed up for a two-year contract, unlimited data for $15. Works fine. They say I can’t get that kind of deal on a new contract these days – the workers at the cell phone companies tell me to just keep my existing contract. Anyway, Sprint never has dropped a call on me, for what it’s worth.)
AT&T in the hiz-ouse on JFK Drive today. The truck itself, the Cellular On Light Truck truck is near the top of a hill at a secure undisclosed location.
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Here’s what the trucks look like – they can get pretty big.
Anyway, I think that’s what Ma Bell is doing, maybe they have a cooperation deal with other providers, I don’t know.
Tell me if your iPhone don’t work at HSBF10. Or more likely you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how smoothly your Apple mobile works.
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