Dropped Calls

Dropped calls are the worst. I don’t know about anyone else, but I have AT&T, and quite frankly, I’m fed up.

Consumer Reports listed dropped calls as one of America’s biggest annoyances. So, I can’t be alone.

Dropped calls seem to happen more often than not. In fact, I probably have at least one dropped call per day. Now, I’m not sure about you, but I text more than I talk on the phone, so that’s a high number of dropped calls. I should sue.

I truly love AT&T’s commercials, too. “97% of all Americans covered.” 97%? Ninety-seven? What sort of figure is that? If you have that many customers, fix your service so it works better. Don’t sit around and pretend you’re the best. Because you aren’t.

Anyway, dropped calls. They’re pretty bad. Think about how aggravating it is. You’re in the middle of a conversation, and all of a sudden, it’s gone. Your conversation has been lost. It’s as if you’re talking in person and one person was suddenly hit by a bus.

Okay, that was a terrible analogy. But, seriously: I want to have my conversation. I don’t want to waste time by losing service and losing a possibly important call. This spotty service isn’t working for me, and I’m probably not the only one.

I know there are far worse companies than AT&T. I only use them as an example because I have their service. And it’s terrible. I’m sad that I switched to AT&T. I should have stuck with Verizon. But, of course, I wanted the iPhone.

Anyway, here’s a goofy video on dropped calls. Enjoy:


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