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W302- Echo Problem(You hear what you say,its not a network issue)

I am having trouble with the Product-W302, it is defective. When I am calling out/getting calls in, while speaking my own voice is getting echoed to me.
The interval is very short like the moment I say something I am getting to hear it back. However, the Problem is not negligible, it is very irritating.

I purchased it on last friday-21/11/08, when I went back to Shoppe, he not ready to accept the piece back and trying to divert me to Service Center.
Don’t know what to do with this issue, please help it is very frustrating.

AGAIN, not it is not a network issue......cause it happens with all calls you make/you recieve, not matter wat SIM card you are using.

Thanks
Bhupesh

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  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    Yes. I am also facing the same problem. Also in addition to this offlate I am facing another issue. I am not able to either receive or make calls. When the call comes or if I try to make a call the phone just hangs and the singal displays "Searching". Pls let me know if there is any solution to this. My email ID is v_kumarp@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous Jan 14, 2009

    I too have the same problem, i recieved my new phone today, and after calling my network provider and going to send new handset. However will need to wait till arrives to see if same problem, if so.... then i will not have another w302.

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Most phones on the market today have echo issues. The phone that I have is a sciphone. This problem is with almost all sciphones and is a defect of the material that makes the handset. I have noticed on other phones if you turn down the volume it goes away. If this does not solve the problem there are 2 other possibilities. 1. take your phone back! 2. The phones are just made generically

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