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Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Have a complaint about your wireless service? Cingular's the biggest carrier, but Verizon leads in satisfaction here and in most major markets, Consumer Reports says. More. Still, thousands of people have complaints and switch carriers, as Jeff Gelles wrote in his Consumer Watch column. We have trouble getting Verizon's signal anywhere in our house in Haddon Heights, even after upgrading the phone. What's been your experience?