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    Default Coverage in northern nj.

    Hi guys. I've been with Verizon since the dawn of cellular time. I stopped into a tmobile store to check out the size of the Note in a pair of jeans. While I was there I spoke to a manager and he basically made me an offer I couldn't resist. They're paying my ETF with Verizon, giving me a free GS3 for my wife, a free texting phone for my kid, and the new note 2 for $ 49 with no activation costs. And my monthly bill will be $ 20 less.

    I have a few days to test the network before I make a final decision... But how is the coverage in northern nj? I'm particularly interested in Paramus and Secaucus... But any thoughts are appreciated, of course.

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    The coverage maps on the T-Mobile site are pretty accurate.
    I have been on T-Mobile for a couple months now, and I work in Englewood. It's been great around that area and not too far from you.
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    Thanks.

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    I live in Jersey City (the Heights) and I have great coverage.

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    If you travel outside of metro areas a lot be sure to check the coverage maps, they get pretty thin in the Western US. Other than that, I agree that the maps seem to be very accurate for the most part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete1118 View Post
    If you travel outside of metro areas a lot be sure to check the coverage maps, they get pretty thin in the Western US. Other than that, I agree that the maps seem to be very accurate for the most part.
    I agree with this statement 100%

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    What kind of speeds you guys getting on HSPA in jersey?
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    A couple of my friends at school (in hoboken) have t mobile and have great coverage
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    I work in Paterson and get good voice and typical 3g+ speeds (between 3-5000 kbps). Go into Manhattan and you see the 42+ speeds in action, my GNex gets at least as good data speeds as my ATT GNote does on LTE there.

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