Question about Lands Phones
It sounds like the AT&T servers are jamming up from too much bandwidth at once. When this happens the text that got stuck blocks all the others. Ask the so called techie through your support number to delete your previous outgoing texts from your account or do a rebuild on your account if they can. That should clear up the buggered up one and open up your account to send texts again. Highly unlikely it's your phone. The only thing that it may be is your sim card lost connectivity from loss of static charge or bumps. Pull it out, lick your finger and wipe the contacts with it then use an pink eraser to clean off the contacts. This isn't a joke it actually helps regain a static charge. The physics are similar to holding one end of a fluorescent tube light and stick it to a door knob in the dark.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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