Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3m Cellular Phone
AT&T Wireless has their systems set up to first look on their digital, or TDMA service for the active account for the dialed number, and if no account is found, it "transfers" the call to the GSM system (all done within the blink of an eye and unknown to the caller/wireless user). Im not sure of your carrier but they all work similiar. If the part of your service that tells their system to "transfer" the call to GSM is not there, callers will get a message saying that the phone is disconnected and will not ring through to the phone, but you're still able to place calls in the meantime. Easiest, and probably quickest way, to find out if its that or something else is probably to call their customer service and have them check things with your phone and account.
Posted on Sep 12, 2007
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