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Does anybody know of any provider with an online website that can process number transfer new subscriptions?

I've been with Verizon for over 3 years of the reasons is they have a store near me....they also used to have good coverage until my employer moved (of course, Verizon was leasing the roof of my employer's old building for its antenna).

But, I've been paying for this mythical number portability for years...and now I hear that Verizon wants to charge the most to further recover the cost of making the option available.

Well, since there's poor to no coverage where I live and where I work...and after 18 months of nothing, I finally threatened to which they finally said that they won't do anything about the problem....despite their commercials and such.

So, I'm now even more strongly considering leaving them....despite the fact that I still have 11 months to go on my contract.

Of course, most of the other carriers don't have stores in the area...and the kiosk sellers say number transfers have to be done at the a carrier's store. Well, Nextel recently opened up in the area...though I'm not sure if that's the one I'm going to go with yet.

I have two main areas where I want service. Around where I work and live and around my parents (which means Calgary, Alberta and Scotsdale, AZ.) There are of course other parts of the world that I'd be interested in....but not as important.

I'm partly leaning towards Sprint...except that I left Sprint because they didn't have coverage in the part of PA that I have relatives....though I only had a single band/mode phone back then.

The hard part is figuring out which one has good service around where I work....the people on Sprint say they have no problem...but they are in the cubes next to the window...and I'm not.

Might help if I knew where the antenna sites were... or better if there was some way to measure the signal for each of the carriers from my cubicle....

The Dreamer.
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