It's hard to believe that there are still a few people -- though not many -- that don't have a moblie phone.
Go anywhere, literally anywhere, and you're likely to find about a dozen people yapping away, sending a text message, checking e-mail or playing Bejeweled. Cell phones, once a novelty, have no become a part of daily life.
There are many different phones, all peforming similar functions (while many can do just about evertyhing short of launching a thermo-nuclear strike against somebody else) but what sets the phones -- and their users -- apart is the provider.
In addition to the giants like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, every region of the country has a couple smaller, regional carriers (like U.S. Cellular in Wisconsin and the Midwest). All have their pros and cons, all have disgruntled customers ... and all of them make money.
Our question this week is who provides your service? You know the drill by now ... use the Talkback feature below (and try and keep the swearing to a minimum ... this is a family-friendly Web site!)