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In choosing a wireless carrier, Coverage and price are the 2 most important factors in deciding which wireless carrier to go to.  T-Mobile Wireless has a decent network and was one of the first carriers to deploy HotSpot Calling. dBelow you will see the national coverage maps of T-Mobile Wireless with real time links to get coverage detail right down to your street.
 
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T-Mobile's Disclaimer on their Maps: This map predicts and approximates our wireless coverage area outdoors, which may vary from location to location and may change without notice. It may include locations with limited or no coverage. Our maps do not guarantee service availability. Even within a coverage area, there are several factors, such as: network changes, traffic volume, service outages, technical limitations, signal strength, your equipment, terrain, structures, foliage, weather, and other conditions that may interfere with actual service, quality, and availability, including the ability to make, receive, and maintain calls. Multi-band (850/1900 MHz) GSM/GPRS handset required for access to 850 Roaming Coverage. Ask a T-Mobile sales representative or visit www.t-mobile.com/morecoverage for more information regarding handset requirements and T-Mobile 850 MHz coverage. 850 MHz roaming is offered through our roaming partners; some features (e.g. picture messaging, mobile to mobile) may not be available while roaming.

Portions of the mapped areas include networks that are operated by our partners and affiliates, and T-Mobile is not responsible for the performance of those networks. If you travel outside of these coverage areas, your phone will not work. However, people can still leave you voicemail and send text messages that you will receive when you get back into coverage. Nationwide roaming refers to calls made or received while on a roaming partner's network within the T-Mobile's domestic coverage area. International roaming incurs additional charges and refers to calls made or received while you are outside of the United States. Mobile-to-mobile calling means directly dialed calls that are between T-Mobile phones and that are transmitted by cell towers located within the mobile-to-mobile calling area; the mobile-to-mobile calling area includes most, but not all, of the T-Mobile service area. Please see your T-Mobile Terms and Conditions or visit T-Mobile.com for details. T-Mobile is a registered trademark of Deutsche Telekom AG. 2003-2006.
 


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Filing a Complaint with the FCC

If you have questions or complaints about particular wireless phone plans, the handling of calls by a particular provider, the fees charged, or similar service mt-mobileers, first try to resolve the mt-mobileer with the service provider.

If you are unable to resolve the mt-mobileer directly, you can file a complaint with the FCC. There is no charge for filing a complaint. You can file your complaint using the on-line complaint Form 2000B found on the FCC Web site at www.fcc.gov/cgb/complaints.html. You can also file your complaint with the FCC€™s Consumer Center by e-mailing fccinfo@fcc.gov; calling 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322) voice or 1-888-TELL-FCC (1-888-835-5322) TTY; faxing 1-866-418-0232; or writing to:

Federal Communications Commission
Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau
Consumer Inquiries and Complaints Division
445 12th Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20554.

What to Include in Your Complaint

The best way to provide all the information the FCC needs to process your complaint is to complete fully the on-line complaint Form 2000B. If you do not use the on-line complaint Form 2000B, your complaint, at a minimum, should indicate:

  • your name, address, e-mail address, and phone number where you can be reached;

  • the telephone and account numbers that are the subject of your complaint;

  • the names and phone numbers of any companies involved with your complaint;

  • the amount of any disputed charges, whether you paid them, whether you received a refund or adjustment to your bill, the amount of any adjustment or refund you have received, an explanation if the disputed charges are related to services in addition to residence or business telephone services; and

  • the details of your complaint and any additional relevant information.

 

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