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Cell-phone satisfaction stays low, says Consumer Reports

Less than half of cell-phone users really like the service they are getting, a Consumer Reports survey shows. The survey asked 50,000 people to recount experiences with static, "dead" zones, dropped calls and more, and ended up finding that cell-phone service is one of the lowest-ranked services nationwide in consumer's minds.

And to top it off, almost a third of cell-phone users are seri......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 12/07/05


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