This message probably belongs in another forum, but I'll try it here first in hopes of a quick resolution. I currently have wireless service with Cingular and my "home" area is in Atlanta, Georgia. For the past few months -- and several times a day -- I've had a problem with placing outgoing phone calls. I'll place a call and the receiving party's phone will ring. When they pick up, however, they hear nothing but dead air. Furthermore, I don't even hear the phone ringing ... it's dead air (and a little echo) from the moment I hit the send button. The problem happens regularly, but cannot be repeated "on demand" and happens when calling both landline and cellular phones. I'm almost positive that this is a service issue, but technical support is telling me it's a phone problem. The zinger is that they are telling me this despite the fact that I am now on my 4th brand new Nokia 8260. If it is a handset problem, the problem must be more widespread -- it's unlikely that I'm the only person who has gone through 4 phones and complained about this issue. Is anyone else out there experiencing these kind of problems and/or know what the problem could be? The service is TDMA and I am getting the problems in the downtown Atlanta area -- that means my phone is fully charged and has full signal strength. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!