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Comment Had the same problem, use an MVNO (Score 1) 798

It was a frustrating experience for sure, but there is an easy solution: switch to any one of the MVNOs or a prepaid plan from the carrier. Figure out what network they are riding on top of that matches your preference, then switch.

I picked GoPhone (from ATT), but straighttalk wireless, or others will work just fine for you and are likely cheaper.

Good luck, but this is an easy one to solve.

Comment Hidden? (Score 4, Informative) 249

There is a fairly straightforward way to locate the cameras if you have a bit more time than me. Using the time of the sunrise and sunset (and the length of the day), you should be able to get a decent fix on the location (people use the same technique on whales and sea turtles.)

"Survey says..." -- Richard Dawson, weenie, on "Family Feud"