It is of no surprise that Texas ranks as one of the top cellular areas in the country. After all, this is the state known for having the most of everything. Its entire world is based upon more is better and, of course, that is reflected in all elements of growth; including network related numbers. In 2006 alone, Texas managed over sixteen million individuals (more accurately, 16,902,077) and thirty carriers. Because of this. it is surpassed only by California and, with the help if its cities of Houston, San Antonio and Dallas, looks to try and overtake that within the coming years.
Just take a look at its massive growth:
Even for an area known for being among the best, this still more than impressive; especially when one considers that it will simply keep evolving. Texas continues to change its cellular policies and, by doing so, encourages individuals to become part of that change.
Of course, there is a drawback. Despite the positive response and high levels of growth, there are still complications, however small, to be found. The most obvious of these is one you all should know well and have hated for many years. Does this sound familiar:
You receive a call on your way home from work. You aren't interested in speaking to anyone but you still find yourself glancing to the screen. It could be important, after all. So you look, blink, stare, try to decipher the number. But nothing comes and you find that, even as you answer, you don't recognize the voice. The unknown caller syndrome (no, that's not an official name but we believe it fits) strikes again.
This is a tedious problem that is far too common and not even Texas can solve.
Which is why we recommend going online rather than relying on your state. Visit this website so you can conduct reverse searches to find the address of who is calling you. And that makes discovering whether a call should be answered or ignored a much easier thing.
Susan is a part-time writer and long-time personal fitness trainer with a knack for tech gadgets