These good gentlemen are happily chatting away on their cells in Nepal.
Nice. I'm happy for them.
Everyone else on the planet is able to watch full length feature films, check the latest news, pay for their groceries, text with their children and play world of warcraft on their phone.
Here in the nest of global innovation: California USA, I lose cell reception on my drive home in Marin County, California - *EVERY SINGLE* time.
Sprint's generated something like three quarters of a billion dollars in EBITDA last quarter. You'd think they could find a few bucks to put a cell tower in a major commute area like 101 North out of San Francisco around Sausalito? After all, there are only 38 million crossings per year.