Question about Cell Phones
If you are in an area that should be, and it is that way on your carrier's coverage map, give them a call. It can be a few things, depending on your phone. I could tell you more if I know what phone you had, but say on a Blacberry it may need to be provisioned, or perhaps you have an older SIM card that needs to be renewed. Lastly, some phones have an option to stay off of that net to save battery power by operating at EVDO max. Let me know what kind of phone you have but I would call Verizon first. Also, you did do a reset correct?
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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