Cingular still doesn’t offer service in Vermont, so that means no iPhones.
According to this article, Vermont isn’t the only state that is ignored by Cingular (AT&T). Other states which do not get Cingular service (or don’t in large portions of the state) are:
Alaska, Colorado, the Dakotas, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, upstate New York, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming.
I have always thought of the lack of Cingluar in Vermont as a temporary problem. Luckily we have Verizon Wireless(who is selling off their he wired service in vermont) and have access to lots of other cool phones. We also have Unicel here, which is more regional. I moved over to Verizon a few years ago because I was travelling so much.
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Well, when your network isn’t as big it’s easier to have a slogan like Cingular’s "fewest # of dropped calls", yeah, easy when you’re the smallest provider.To be fair, hopefully this is really the "fewest # of dropped calls PER # of calls (or # of users)".I use Cingular and am hoping I can get the iPhone, it looks way cool.