Sprint: Please Stop Sucking So Bad In Denver

Dear Sprint: please stop sucking so Bad in the Denver area. Thanks.

Many of you have probably heard me whine about the LTE coverage for Sprint in Denver. They bet on the wrong 4G horse initially for the Denver network and it’s taken them a while to catch up. However, their numerous texts to subscribers in the Denver area promise this is changing. They are upgrading their network.

However, regardless of whatever long term benefits this may have, it’s causing things to be even worse for the moment. Data coverage goes in and out. I’ve had no data coverage all morning in a location where I at least usually have okay 3G data coverage. Even calls have been dropping, in normally good service areas. I had one phone call recently (just off downtown so you don’t think I was in a dead spot or anything) where the call failed at least ten times, requiring me to repeatedly call the other person back.

Nor am I the only person to have these problems. I know a lot of people who are pissed, one so much that she’s mailing her phone back to Sprint despite still being under contract (relying on this failure to serve as Sprint’s breach of the service contract or something like that).

I know that this is in the interests of better coverage in the Denver area. I know this. And, I know they need better coverage in the Denver area. This is necessary. However, they might want to try to make this quicker or do more to maintain a certain basic level of service while the upgrade is going on. Otherwise, they might not have much of a Denver area market left to service by the time they’re done.

Just saying.

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About David S. Atkinson

David S. Atkinson enjoys typing about himself in the third person, although he does not generally enjoy speaking in such a fashion. However, he is concerned about the Kierkegaard quote "Once you label me you negate me." He worries that if he attempts to define himself he will, in fact, nullify his existence...
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