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My cell does not get proper network, it does not receive signal in the area where it use to receive, that too is where other cell receive a strong signal with the same service provider

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  • emm070 Jun 25, 2009

    but when i put other service provider it get network...at the same area where the original sim card doesn't, the original sim use to get signal before in that area.....

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This is network ic problem. change ic

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