I have Returned my Iphone 4

youngmac

macrumors regular
Original poster
Apr 17, 2010
122
12
London
hello guys,

I'm kind new here, i searched the forum for similar thread but couldn't find it.
ok i have returned my iphone 4 today for couple reasons:

first i kind of regretted not getting the the 32gb.

second i have very weak signal in the area i live. i tried first on 3g have 2 or 1 bar mostly but when i grab it to call lose the 3g, drop calls most of the time and searching for network and goes to gprs 1 bar.

in 3 days had 3 drop calls.
When not on 3g it's not dropping calls but i have missed 2 calls while i wasn't on the phone. one went straight to voicemail and another one "person is not available" message.

to be honnest i love the iphone 4 and miss its new features but for the signal problem i had to return it. I'm back to my 3gs now and have better signal, i get 1 or 2 bars 3g signal or mostly full bars on edge where i live. (never seen that on i4 for 3 days).

if i didn't had the signal problem i would still return it and get a 32gb.
if anyone return his iphone for any reason please share your thoughts.
 

GoCubsGo

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Feb 19, 2005
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You will find similar threads like this around here. Then you'll find the same threads do nothing more than promote flaming and trolling. Two things that this site cannot seem to do without.
Congrats on your purchase and then return. I hope you find a suitable phone.
 

ucfgrad93

macrumors P6
Aug 17, 2007
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If you were not happy with the phone or it wasn't meeting your needs, then you did the right thing in returning it.
 

marksman

macrumors 603
Jun 4, 2007
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My brother returned a $20 prepaid phone to target.

He had lost his phone on T-Mobile, and he went to collect on his insurance, and T-Mobile was going to give him a loaner phone, but they did not have any so he bought a $20 phone at Target. (They sell the same phones at the T-Mobile store but they would not sell it to him without activating it.) So weird, same exact phone, would have saved us a trip, but he would not sell it. Anyways, once his insurance replacement came, he returned the phone to Target and got a refund. So I guess that might be considered stealing.

Even funnier thing is he found his original phone as well. So now he has two of the exact same phone.


See how boring it is when people share the mundane details of their life on forums. Save that for Twitter and Facebook!
 

youngmac

macrumors regular
Original poster
Apr 17, 2010
122
12
London
lol at marksman

it's an iphone 4 forum. people are discussing iphone 4 in here.

i'm just sharing my iphone 4 experience
 

Irish Rose

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haddman said:
I still don't see why people feel the need to tell us they returned their phone. No one cares.
No one cares about like 90% of the crap on here, but hey it's something to do when your bored at work! ;)
Absolutely !!!!
 
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