Looking at Verizon and Cingular Maps, it looks like most areas are well-suited by both companies. There are pockets that have less coverage, but a large part of the area looks good. You are going to find prices for their rate plans are pretty similar and both providers want a low cost device.
If you are interested in the "Push-to-Talk" feature (referred to as "Walkie-Talkie", then Cingular has this feature for its users.
Both Cingular and Verizon have family plans that allow you to bathe Your minutes (for all your employees) that would save you at the expense. Also with each service provider, Calls between your employees will not count to the minutes because they are considered "mobile to mobile" and the main plans are free and unlimited mobile phone networks.
Regarding customer service, Verizon was number 1 and Cingular was rated at number 2. These types of surveys are usually made by companies recruited by providers, so I would not put too much stock in these. I would base my decision about customer service and reputation more on the mouth, ie people you know who has had good (or bad experience. This is a much better indicator.
The good news is that you can try each service provider & # 39; service and if you are not happy with the discussion, you can cancel your service without penalty – by Verizon, you have 15 days, with Cingular you have 30 days. If you are not satisfied with the service, you can return the device and discontinue the service without penalty. You pay only for the minutes you used, ie. Pre-rate of the price list you signed up for. No termination charges.
So, if I were you, I would either choose Verizon or Cingular and get one or two devices and test them for the testing period. If you are happy with the service, I would get the rest of the devices. If you are unhappy, I would try another hand. Or better, get two tools from Verizon and two from Cingular (and sometimes even two from Sprint – they have a 14 day return policy) and see who works best for your employees. That way, you can see what works best for you and your employees, and you do not have to guess or trust what providers tell you.
Even more, all service providers will require "smallest calls, reliable networks, biggest networks," etc. But keep in mind that your location and phone tool also has a lot to do with your experience. Decreased calls are most often associated with the phone devices themselves.
One last. Regizon uses CDMA technology for its users and Cingular uses GSM (Sprint uses CDMA and T-Mobile uses GSM). GSM is a "global" standard, so people who travel abroad and want to use their phones would want a GSM provider.
Source by Victor Epand