First, it covers 2 very different issues: The nearly ridiculous excuses creators use to make a cellphone that could solve the problem in one go not work; and cellphones that work where they're not supposed too (super cell phones). It may not be that big of a problem, as the page is soft-splitted, but it's still kind of jarring, especially because:
The name. From what the article says, it's taken from an advertisement of a phone company. The name makes it sound like this is a stock phrase, not excuses for phone breakdowns nor super cell phones. I had a hard time finding this trope thanks to the name, and I'm sure I must not be the first one.
In my opinion, it could at least use a name that doesn't sound like a stock phrase and also gives a hint on the issues that it covers.
edited 21st Apr '12 4:11:02 PM by Elbruno
"Darkness is light's light of darkness as a dark farewell to dark lightness."
Deadly Dead Zone makes me think of the Stephen King novel, The Dead Zone (and the movie and series that followed). The term, in general, applies to more than just phones. The alternative suggestion is fine, though, and I'd recommend that.
The few times that I've looked at this Trope, I've always been stalled at the "Aversions" category. The all-over-the-map nature of these is a key reason why I haven't done this myself. (Another is that I'm supposed to be working on my Thesis and not on Tropes, but that's neither here nor there.)
Perhaps we should YKTTWbothSubtropes and leave the current page, with listed aversions, as a Super Trope page.
EDIT: Never mind the above. YKTTW for Super Strong Cell Reception, and all it took from the Aversions section were two Film entries.
edited 3rd Dec '12 10:29:18 PM by DonaldthePotholer
Alternative Titles: Can You Hear Me Now
10th Dec '12 11:06:21 AM
Vote up names you like, vote down names you don't. Whether or not the title will actually be changed is determined with a different kind of crowner (the Single Proposition crowner). This one just collects and ranks alternative titles.