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We host hundreds of pages spread over many web sites each dedicated to a different aspect of wireless and cellular services, operated by the Mountain Wireless Network.

The top site for Cellular Network Ratings and Reviews. We keep tabs on every cellular network in the US, especially the smaller, local carriers, and how well they stack up against the major networks and each other.  Also, we track those wireless carriers that may have changed their name or gave up the business.
Cellular Coverage and Comparison Maps.  We specialize in comparing each carrier's coverage to another, and revealing their underlying spectrum assignments.  Check out our side-by-side interactive coverage locators as well as specialty maps showing 4G, 5G, and Prepaid coverage and coverage in specific areas such as our national parks.
Wireless Inside Information and Voice Mail Access Numbers. Take a peek behind The Back Door and get inside information on wireless, some of which the carriers don't want you to know.   Get Free Voice Mail numbers, and how-to's like how to dump your current wireless carrier and still use their network...for less.  Find which numbers are assigned to which carrier, how to get a discount through your employer, how to send a text through email and even how to get FREE wireless!
Wireless Roaming: World Wide Cellular Roaming and US Roaming Codes. All the data you need to travel around the world with your wireless phone.
Also SID (System ID) Lists and MNC (Mobile Network Codes). Decoding the data hidden inside your wireless device and how to track down which network your phone uses for roaming.
Using Wireless in Mexico, Does Your Phone Work There?  Get a report on Mexican wireless carriers and how you can talk the talk, or download the download there, at a reasonable cost.  Find out if your current phone works in Mexico, and if not, how to get one that does. Before you travel south of the border, check our list of wireless calling procedures to make your Mexico cellular usage the easiest part of your trip.
Should you keep your wired home landline or "cut the cord?" You can get better phone service and more features at a better price.  We'll explain how you can use your old home phones, corded or cordless, and get all your favorite phone features, including FREE long distance, for lots less than what you're paying the phone company.   Some services have ZERO monthly charges. We even make the case for keeping your old Landline. You can also access the Internet wirelessly at home. A new feature: how to use only your cell phone as a Home Phone, without carrying it around the house and draining the battery.
Find Your Best Prepaid Wireless Service: Reviews, Ratings and Tools.  Prepaid Reviews are separated into Prepaid from the major carriers and Prepaid from carriers not affiliated with the Top 4.  You can choose your network, then choose a carrier that uses that the lowest price.  Even FREE!  We rate the Prepaids and explain the differences among them.
Our Discussion Page for News, Rumors and Arguments about Wireless.  It's where we keep track of all the wireless providers, their latest changes and verify their outrageous claims.  We have updates on wireless companies that either take over another carrier, or give up their cellular service altogether.
OZ Wireless
The OZ is our all-knowing wireless wizard who recently introduced us to the lowest-price wireless plans. These plans have some very useful features such as Unlimited Data with throttling not occurring until you go over 1Gb of usage, or International calling and texting plans, all of which are priced at $10 or less!  The OZ even has several plans and methods to get FREE Wireless! He also has secrets to cutting your current costs without changing phones or carriers.
Making Wireless Calls in Cuba.  Cuba has a fairly extensive wireless network and you can check if your US wireless phone will work there.  Also, information about broadband availability, Wi-Fi and what to do if your phone won't work there.
A Step-by-Step Guide and Links to identifying and finding Cellular Sites.  The wireless carriers don't want to make locating cell sites easy.  We give you the tools to narrow down the location of individual sites.  You can determine which carrier uses the cell site nearest your home or why your favorite carrier has such a lousy signal where you live or work.
Wireless Home Internet
Reviews for Home Internet Access with NO cable, NO phone line and NO surprise bills.

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