Wireless service providers reveal coverage--good and bad.
IF YOU USE A MOBILE PHONE, you know dead zones and areas with poor signals are common. Prospective mobile service customers want to know where those weak areas are before they sign on the dotted line. Although most wireless service providers offer network coverage maps, they don't don't
1. Contraction of do not.
2. Nonstandard Contraction of does not.
A statement of what should not be done: a list of the dos and don'ts. offer much detail--usually just large blocks of color not of the white race; - commonly meaning, esp. in the United States, of negro blood, pure or mixed.
See also: Color to indicate what cities have service.
Now, Cingular and T-Mobile are providing maps that give detailed information on mobile phone reception, right down to specific streets. For example, prospective customers can go into a T-Mobile store and enter an address to get detailed, color-coded maps showing signal strength (strong, adequate, weak, or nonexistent non·ex·is·tence
1. The condition of not existing.
2. Something that does not exist.
non ). For now, T-Mobile considers the maps a tool for its sales people, so customers can only see them by going into a T-Mobile store.