Looking at Verizon and Cingular maps, it seems that most areas cover well both providers. There are smaller pockets, but the size of the area looks good. You will find the prices that the tariff packages are quite similar and both providers have low-cost tools.
If you are interested in using the Push-to-Talk feature (called "Walkie Talkie", Cingular uses this feature for users with voice commands to use the PTT add-on
Both Cingular, both Verizon has family planning plans that allow you to collect your minutes (for all your employees), resulting in cost savings, phone calls between your employees are not included in your minutes because they are "mobile-to-mobile", and the pricing plans most important: free, unlimited mobile-mobile calls.
Verizon ranked No. 1 and A Cingular in second grade for customer service. Typically, these types of surveys were hired by service providers so they would not do too much on these. The decision about customer service and reputation is more about mouth-to-mouth, that is, man I know you know who had good (or bad) experience is a much better indicator.
The good news is that you can try each provider. and if you're not satisfied with coverage, you can cancel your service without punishment – Verizon, 15 days ago, Cingularal has 30 days. If you are not satisfied with the service, you can return the device and cancel the service without punishment. You only pay for the minutes you use, that is, the planned portion of the tariff plan you subscribed to. There is no cancellation fee.
So if I were, I would choose Verizon or Cingular and I got one or two tools and try them for the trial period. If you're satisfied with the service, I'll get the other tools. If you're dissatisfied, I'll try the other provider. Or even better, you get two tools from Verizon and two from Cingular (and sometimes two from Sprint – have a 14-day refund policy) to see which works best for your employees. So you can see for yourself what works best for you and your employees and you do not have to figure out or trust what providers tell you.
Another FYI, all service providers "most dropped calls, the most trusted network, the largest network" and so on. Need it, but remember that your place of residence and your phone tool deal with your experience too much. Called calls are typically no longer connected to telephones.
One last thing. Verizon uses CDMA technology for voice users and uses Cingular GSM (Sprint uses CDMA and T-Mobile GSM). GSM is a "global" standard, so people who travel overseas and want to use their phone want GSM service providers.
Source by sbobet