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A Chapel Hill question

Greetings Tar Heels.

I'm Steve Perrin, and I am the editor of Clips Nation, SB Nation's LA Clippers blog. I turn to you from time to time for vital information, as I did last year prior to and after the NBA draft to find out more about former Tar Heel and current Clipper Reggie Bullock (who has looked quite good in very limited action, by the way).

I am coming to you today with another question, though I will admit it's a bit random.

How is the Sprint network in Chapel Hill?

I ask because I am forming a "Framily" and my nephew is a prime candidate to join. But he'll be entering UNC Med school in the fall and it won't make sense for him if Sprint doesn't provide good service in Chapel Hill. So I asked myself, whom could I ask about this? And here I am. I know that Tar Heel nation is vast, but I assume that at least a few of you are actually in Chapel Hill.

Apologies in advance if this is an inappropriate use of FanPosts here; every community has a different level of tolerance for this sort of miscellanea. But any guidance you could provide would be helpful and very much appreciated.

And after all, we do have Antawn Jamison in common.

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