Through CellCoverage.com, every cell phone user can now submit specific areas in their communities, neighborhoods, and workplaces, as well as on the roads & highways they travel, where they would like improved cellular coverage.
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Riva, MD (PRWEB) April 3, 2007
CellCoverage.com, http://www.cellcoverage.com, has been designed as an efficient on-line tool to harness coverage-related information from all cell phone users in the United States, providing free access to each carrier to assist in the improvement of wireless coverage across the country.
"Through CellCoverage.com, every cell phone user can now submit specific areas in their communities, neighborhoods, and workplaces, as well as on the roads & highways they travel, where they would like improved cellular coverage."
Free access to the data collected from all entries is available to the wireless carriers via a pass-code protected login screen to assist in the identification of cell coverage problem areas and the improvement of wireless coverage throughout the United States.
"All cell phone users nationwide now have a free and easy method to submit locations that identify areas of poor cellular coverage or cellular dead spots. The availability of data collected through the submissions to the CellCoverage.com web site will enhance the identification of areas where cell phone users desire coverage expansion or improvements."
CellCoverage.com is not designed to replace any of the channels made available by each of the telecommunication carriers, but is intended to provide a new resource with a specific objective: to provide a neutral portal for collecting data from all cell phone users to enhance the visibility of areas where improved or expanded cellular coverage is desired.
CellCoverage.com is web-based organization designed to collect and process the information submitted by the general public to companies, organizations and groups that have the ability and interest in improving Cellular phone coverage in the United States. CellCoverage.com will strive to locate and provide the information to the appropriate organizations that have an interest in improving cellular coverage within the United States. Potential organizations include: wireless telecommunications carriers, site development organizations, state and local governments, zoning & planning specialists, and industry associations.
Please contact Bill Crowley (P: 301-807-0450 or firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or visit http://www.cellcoverage.com for additional information.