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My phone receives poor signal. how can i fix the problem

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Maybe your network has something to do with that

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I'm sorry but there are no settings for receiving text's. If you are having issues there are one or two things that come to mind.

Your phone gets a poor signal where you live, and it takes longer than usual to receive texts if at all.

Or there is a problem between your phone and the network signals/towers. The best thing you can try is to call your service provider as they will be the only ones able to make any changes if necessary.

Post back if you have any question's or comments and I will try to be of further assistance. Thank you for choosing Fixya!

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Need more information.
You said that it was working good a year ago.
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2. Select network manually.

3.Try once ur sim card in diffrent area and in diffrent handset.

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