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Try to used another phone to call your missing phone,when its ringing then good..Listen for the ringing tone of your missing phone then look for it where the sound is coming from, If it's not the case and if someone answering when you are calling then make a conversation to him/her.
I had this problem once and on my phone I would get one ring and then it would stop. Checking the phone I saw I missed a call. I live in the mountains of Puerto Rico and I believe what is happen is the network plays the rings for the caller but the phone isn't doesn't get the signal or start ringing until 3 or 4 rings later. In other words the caller has already heard 4 or 5 rings and has given up. While you have heard only one ring and when you got to the phone you already missed the call. I told my friends to let it rings more then 5 times before giving up and that worked.