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General Service coverage and how to inquire about additional towers?

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  1. Mayhem

    Mayhem Android Expert
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    So my girlfriend lives in a town where I can't get coverage. This isn't exactly a remote area. It's just east of Austin, Tx. about 35 miles or so.

    Anyone know where to inquire about whether or not T-Mobile is going to expand coverage into a specific area? I'd really rather not have to go back to Verizon or switch to her carrier (AT&T) when I eventually move out there.

    Thanks.
     

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    Forget the website, customer service reps, and go straight to the source email Mr. Legere the CEO of T-Mobile. I have emailed him before and guess what he called me on the phone! His email is john.legere@t-mobile.com
     
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    Odd. The coverage map shows that 2G service is available in the town (Smithville, Tx) but I don't get any service at all with my S5. Thank gawd for wifi calling (and my girlfriend's WAP) or I'd never get or make any calls.
     
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