|Sep 6, 2009, 05:17 PM||#2|
Lately my wife and I have been missing phone calls. Our iPhones will suddenly display a voicemail, when the phone never even rang. And then when we try to access the voicemail, that little spinning indicator sits there and never loads the message. The next day, the voicemail plays fine. Weird stuff.
And can someone explain how lowering the tower frequency from 1900mhz to 850mhz will improve reception? Would I get better reception if I went from, say, a 2ghz cordless phone to a 900mhz one?
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