Hi all, I understand there are a variety of ways to describe the condition where there is no signal/reception for your cell/mobile phone. So, I "googled" those phrases to find out which of them is the most common and got the following result (the number of usage) (Note: Similar pages have been counted out): 1. I can't get a signal here. (14) 2. There's no reception here. (10) 3. I don't have any reception. (40) 4. There is no signal here. (21) 5. My cell phone has no reception. (15) 6. My cell has no reception. (20) 7. My cell is out of range. (6) 8. My phone has no service. (27) 9. My phone has no signal. (30) 10. My mobile phone has no reception. (6) According to the above result, #3 is the most common. But I wonder if some phrases tend to be used more in speech than in writing and if there is another divide between AE and BE. (For instance, I once saw an article which says AE speaker prefers "signal" to "reception", about which I'm not sure.) So, I've decided to ask about it in this forum. What expression would you likely use when there is no signal/reception for your cell/mobile phone? Thanks.