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Offline Rev Ryder

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Re: Spot tracking
« Reply #25 on: April 25, 2011, 05:40:56 pm »
I live on the Coastal Plains (read that as FLAT) southwest of Houston a little ways (read that as lots of cell phones in the area).  10 miles from home I can lose service for 20 miles or more.  You'd think it couldn't happen, but it does.  A cell phon eis iffy, a tracking device, even if it should somehow lose triangulation, will show the last "visible" place you were and what direction you were heading.  I see it as a real good thing.  Now, do I have one.... No, I do not.  Perhaps someday I will though.  It seems like a good thing if it were just a little less expensive.
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Re: Spot tracking
« Reply #26 on: April 25, 2011, 05:48:07 pm »
Even the inital price would not be so bad, if the service was a little cheaper for the basic service. I probably not use the tracking but would go for the 911 and basic service if it was a little lower.
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