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Let ur phone completely die. Don't charge it or anything when the low battery notice comes on. After it completely dies, put it on the charger only until it says charge complete. U might have to do it a few times to get ur battery performing as it should. If you charge ur battery too often, it causes ur battery to swell (weird I know) and your battery starts resisting charge. Hope this helps!! (I used to have the same phone and the same problem. I did this, and now my mom is using the phone and has an exceptional battery time)
what kind of reception do you have in your area? If you don't have good reception it can really kill your battery. Is your bluetooth on all the time thats also a battery killer. Those a re the two i see the most in the shop. How much time do you talk on your phone? If you can get more than 2 hrs talk time the phone is actually doing pretty well. Mine straight out of the box only got about 16hrs on a charge. 6 - 8 hrs if i talked a lot! Anyway there may not be much wrong. Just check your reception and see if your bluetooth is on all the time. Good Luck!