official ban of AT&T mobile from our office

It turns out that AT&T wireless does not work well on Mission St between 2nd and 3rd in San Francisco.

(and … on another note … it does not work in my home in SOMA).

So we at Rapleaf have officially banned new sales and BD employees from having mobile phones on the AT&T network. Yes, that means no iphones.

Why does it really need to come to this? How come Verizon and Sprint have so much better service in SF that AT&T??

Sincerely,

Someone who wants an iphone but cant have one because I also need to make calls occasionally

1 thought on “official ban of AT&T mobile from our office

  1. Justin Lucas

    I had a meeting with an SEM firm on Monday. My host made the same observation.
    The problem solver in me wonders if the blames lies with Verizon, Sprint or the other carriers for being too aggressive in their negotiations with Apple over who would end up being their provider or too complacent and expecting to win the exclusive because they have superior networks. Either way, the end-users who would love to have an iPhone are the ultimate losers, particularly if they are in the Second St./New Montgomery corridor or SoMA.

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