Question about Cell Phones
We are still not sure that it is your handset, If you are using two different phones with two different network mode, that could be the problem. If your phone (able to send messages) is using 2G (GSM) signal, that's fine. And your other phone is using 3G-3.5G (UMTS) signal and you are not able to make a call or even send text messages, then, that could be it, you have to switch its network mode to 2G (or GSM mode) because with 3G, the more mobile uses the signal, the lesser the coverage.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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