My name is Jesse Zakshesky, and I am the proud owner of the Nexus S 4G Android smartphone, and I pay approximately $70/month on my unlimited data plan, for which you require to even own an Android smartphone. I also live in Madison, Wisconsin, a fairly tech-savvy city with approximately 561,505 people in the metropolitan area. It's the state capital of Wisconsin, and hosts a nationally renowned university.
A lot of people use technology here. How come I have no service in my bedroom?
I'm currently writing this email from my bedroom. If I look to my left, I see a door leading outside to a small area where my grill resides. I have service there.
If I walk to my right and sit down on my chair in my living room, I have service there.
However, right now, I'm looking at my phone and I have a triangle icon at the top panel, which represents the following scenario:
You have lost data connectivity.
This problem has never occurred until about a month ago. If for some reason my bedroom has suddenly become a cave, I would understand. However, upon further analysis, I just see a lot of dirty clothes and drywall, and if I'm not mistaken...a window.
You should probably fix this. If not, I'll strongly consider terminating my contract, and jumping ship to the guy shown below if necessary.
For those of you who actually care, my newly-purchased HD Antenna apparently is causing UHF interference with my cell phone.
My bad, Sprint.