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NJ sudden decrease of signal strength

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by mrsocks, Jun 26, 2003.

  1. mrsocks

    mrsocks New Member

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    is there anyone else form the northern NJ area that has suddenly noticed the incredible decrease in signal strength?

    i used ot be able to get full strenght with my phones and now all three of them only get one bar and droppe dcalls.

    VZW tch support says it is the way signals are; "sometimes they ar egood, sometimes they are bad".....or "maybe you have a bad phone"...(all three of them crapped at at the exact same time....hardly)

    what is going on?
     
  2. warrenglen

    warrenglen New Member

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    THANK YOU mrsocks!!!

    I knew it wasn't only me...

    I HAVE noticed that my signal bars are lower than usual. I believe the first day I started to notice was on Monday or Tuesday of this week.

    I'm in the Bernardsville NJ area and I’ve had a few "unexpected" dropped calls. This area isn't that great for cell signals in general but I NEVER got a dropped call on Route 202 before. Not only that, even when I do get a few bars it takes FOREVER for the call to go through.

    I called also VZW and they said there were no issues. I'm glad I’m not alone on this lets hope they straiten it out!
     
  3. mrsocks

    mrsocks New Member

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    yes, it was monday that i noticd it.
    i am back to full strength as of a few hours ago, so hopefully you are too.

    the rumor is that it is something to do with the PTT or that stuff. better not effect it for good when they roll that out.
     

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