Question about Cell Phones
Are you in your carrier's cell area? Are you connected to internet otherwise? You may be roaming on another network, or not on the 3G signal.
First suggestion is to power it off, then back on. That is the best basic fixit step for most cell phone issues.
Does anyone else with the same carrier have the problem where you are? Have you ever connected with GPRS there before? Those are questions the customer service rep will want to know if you call 'em up. They could also advise you if they are having any network issues in your area.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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