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    Mercury in the mountain areas

    Has anyone received a good connection in mountain areas, over 5000 ft above sea level?

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    im not sure what you mean. I am in colorado. Every day I walk I am over 5000 feet. heck I have been at 8000-9000 feet not problems with good connections. 3g the whole bit. I have full bars. sounds like the area you are in may not be covered.

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    Maybe its because your plan and coverage is based in high altitude areas? Not sure if cricket has me covered for this area like you.
    For some reason, my gps losses coverage around 5000 ft.

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    its and issue with the phone or line of site for the GPS with the satellitesin space.

    keep trying when your up there, it will come back. if you have a mountain or something blocking line of site then that is what is causing your issue.
    Has nothing to do with what cricket has programed. to the best that i know.

 

 

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