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The person you call can not hear you talking on the phone.

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I dont get service at my home but my sister who also has a boost phone gets service. i have a i335 and she has a white phone she paid 29.99 for. i called boost and they told me that i have to try to see if it is the phone or sim card. how can i check to see if there is something set up wrong or if the transmitter needs to be changed?

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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