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Local, State and Nationwide Coverage That Does More

At All Page, our expansive coverage reaches 1,200 cities across the United States, making us a foremost choice for your pager needs! Find your pager coverage map below and see the difference All Page can make in your personal or professional life!

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Reliable Pager Coverage Throughout the Entire United States

Few paging companies are able to offer premium quality devices and service throughout the United States, but All Page does. Through our associations with the largest paging carriers in the nation, we're able to deliver the best coverage for your needs, no exceptions. And, when you consider the exceptional customer service and expertise that we offer in addition to our basic services, you can expect more from All Page at no additional cost to you. So, when you're ready to work with a paging company that does more for less, choose All Page. Contact us by email or by phone at 800-777-7182 or 281-847-0000 Monday through Friday between 9AM and 5PM CST with any questions you might have about our wide coverage or general services. We look forward to showing you how your pager company should work for you.

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Pager Coverage

Pager coverage is one of the most important items when purchasing a pager. Different network providers may cover different parts of the country or have better coverage within the same city or region. The American network system uses the same transmitting towers and frequency for identical city and state coverage on both their local and nationwide paging system. This means you can exchange the same pager to either local or nationwide coverage on the American paging System depending on the coverage preference you need. Contact All Page if you need to change coverage. Other carriers make you change pagers. Pagers receive their signal from the nearest towers to them. These towers may send a signal up to a 15 or 20 mile radius. This distance varies depending on the local terrain and the density of buildings. Rural areas provide the most signal at the furthest points. Urban areas the least. To compensate for this, network providers will place more transmitting towers closer together in an urban area. This helps to get a signal into buildings such as hospitals and other concrete structures. This is why All Page recommends that you first check coverage maps to make sure that there is good coverage where you will use the pager the most.

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