I started a thread a couple weeks ago about my iPhone being essentially useless as a phone in my apartment. I drop atleast 3/4 of my calls. Called ATT...guy hooked me up with a 100 dollar rebate on the microcell and threw me 100 bucks off my next bill. Dandy Get the microcell home...all set up and registered. If anything my issues are worse. If I get up and move around at all I drop the call...seems the connection to the cell is lost...I then look at my phone and it's searching for the normal Att signal...sometimes it goes on for close to a minute. Absurd. Yes the microcell is 2 feet from a window and all the lights are solid...no blinking. So I took the phone to apple today to run diagnostics. The genius said the phone was fine other than a few app crashes which aren't even happening. He said he didn't see any dropped calls...lol. I mean...I've dropped atleast 35 calls THIS WEEK in my apartment. So..went back to ATT. Dude was like....lets switch out your SIM card. Then the manager came over and said that it sounded like a faulty microcell and if the SIM switch didn't help (it didn't) to bring in the microcell and they'd swap it out. So basically....am I screwed? I know good and well the chances that I got a defective microcell are very low. What will ATT do when I return my second one? Is it possible that moving to a 4G phone would be better? Different towers? Maybe I have a 4g tower near me? I mean...I'd hope they'd let me out of my contract if my phone is useless in my home...but I have little faith in big corporations and how they deal with customers. Thoughts?