AT&T Mark the spot


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  1. Digital Legend

    Digital Legend Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am sure this has come up before but I find it ludicrous that I cannot use the AT&T "Mark the spot" App to submit info about their service because my phone has a GPS THAT DOES NOT WORK! :mad:
     

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  2. skinien

    skinien Well-Known Member

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    I find it even more ludicrous that your GPS doesn't work. :p
     
  3. androiddawg

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    Somewhat off topic. I was building a house for somebody and reception was really spotty. I was playing around one day and submitted the location on my old iPhone just for kicks. Six months later, long after the house was completed, I got a random text that they had upgraded the network in that neighborhood and that the signal had improved.

    I was surprised, figuring that those submissions went nowhere.
    Now with my Captivate and no gps, I cannot submit locations. Boo.
     
  4. skinien

    skinien Well-Known Member

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    Wow, I'm actually impressed. That's good to know.
     
  5. p1gnone

    p1gnone Active Member

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    Originally conceived as an iPhone app [in my org] it works even on GPSless Iphone 3g, however approximately...
     
  6. androiddawg

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    I was VERY surprised that I got a response, and that it was informing me of a network upgrade. Most complaints/issues fall on the deaf ears of at&t. Even if the upgrade was previously planned, I give them credit for following up. Now that I think about it, I remember submitting that location many times, as I was always struggling to find a signal.
     

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