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Dead Cell Zones

  About Our Consumer Generated Coverage Maps  AT&T   Verizon   T-Mobile   Sprint   Metro PCS   TracFone is a "Consumer Generated Coverage Map" of outdoor coverage issues and indoor vs outdoor cell reception problems locations for AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, Tracfone and other regional carriers. The map is dedicated to identifying buildings, homes, parks, resorts, stadiums, hospitals and public places where cellular phone calls are frequently dropped, network congestion is experienced or where a cell phone cell signal strength is not available.  The web site's mission is to become the map for millions of wireless consumers by making dead zones, dropped calls, network congestion areas more transparent. The map database was founded in 2001 and has become a crowdsourcing platform for sharing notorious problem reception locations.  Our users report coverage problems efficiently to wireless carriers and mobile retailers by using our map.  Our map database of over 100,000+ cell phone complaints, dropped calls and data congestion areas contributed by actual customers.  Watch a video on how to report wireless reception issues on our maps. Read on how to fix indoor coverage problems.

Why Map Was Created?

Finding the best cell phone coverage just got easier by comparing cell phone coverage reports from other customers. Search and add issues on our larger map with fewer ads. Which wireless carrier has the worst cell phone coverage?

Our research has determined that cell phone consumers are frustrated when they consistently experience areas with poor cellular coverage in their home, office or car. We estimate the 50% of US homes do no have seamless wireless coverage throughout them and may require in-building solutions to fix the problem.  Studies claim that almost 50% of customer service complaints are related to poor service complaints, yet carriers fail to provide customers with easy ways to share their local problems.  Cellular networks have grown significantly and so have 3G, 4G and 5g speeds but coverage actually has become worse as a result.  Carriers provide their own theoretical coverage maps that drill down to the street levels of how well their service works in theory based on spectrum licenses. However, carriers can project what ever they want without any FCC regulation or governing body to monitor for false advertising claims. Consumers can now compare cell phone coverage by service complaints on our maps.

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Read More on How to Subscribe to Our Database

Who should subscribe:  Mobile phone retailers, WiFi providers, broadband service providers, femtocell manufacturers, network management companies, cell tower operators, distributed antenna systems infrastructure providers (DAS) and carrier network infrastructure providers.  For details on our subsription see Purchase Dead Cell Zones Database & Subscribe To Updates

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How To Submit & Regional Maps

Ask Us Any Question

1 Review comments: AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, TracFone  
2 Click "Add" on upper right corner of map, enter address and select carrier.
3 Add problem & frequency (dead zone, dropped calls, network congestion)
4 Share issue with carrier & friends to build support to fix problem.

Detailed Video Instructions

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