I’m scheduled to fly to San Francisco in a few hours to attend Think Mobile West. And, this is not the kind of information I prefer to learn about.
As TechCrunch points out in an update to their article, AT&T noted that only 83% of the deadzones are attributed to their network. You can almost visualize blogger MG Siegler rolling his eyes upward after getting that bit of clarification.
The information comes from a San Francisco Business Times attempt to crowdsource cell phone dead zone information around the San Francisco bay area.
I guess I’ll find out the hard way if my AT&T service drops out while in San Francisco this week.