New iPhone App Lets You Tell AT&T How Bad Their Service Sucks

December 7, 2009

A new offering in the iTunes App Store has just appeared that allows iPhone users to pinpoint exactly where calls are dropping, where data coverage is spotty, and any other "network problems" they might be experiencing. It begs the question: Is AT&T run by sadomasochists?

Perhaps as a reaction to Verizon's "There's a Map for That" ad campaign, which clearly demonstrates the fact that AT&T's network is vastly inferior to its competitors' networks, Mark the Spot gives AT&T customers the ability to voice their dissatisfaction in real time, essentially geotracking problem areas, giving the teleco instant feedback as to where they need to improve.

We're not sure if you can just tag Southern California as a whole, but that would definitely save their customers a lot of time.

Source: Engadget