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Topic # 10088 4-Nov-2006 14:38
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Afternoon all,

Got an issue with my Nokia 6234, which I've had for about...... 2~3 months now.
The problem is, sometimes when I go to make calls (in different locations, and to different numbers) it sometimes makes 3 strange beeps, and on the screen in a STOP sign, with the caption "Connection Error".

I'm on contract and up to date with my bill payments.

Any help in regards to this would be great :)

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Master Geek


  Reply # 51189 6-Nov-2006 12:09
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Hi,

Dont suppose your phone is a work number going through a PABX by any chance? I have had similiar problems with my 6680 but I assumed it was just a bad connection while I was in a dead spot or something. Alternatively if it's happening in a certain zone it could simply be a faulty site or something like that.

Have you tried asking VF about this?

Cheers

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Reply # 51204 6-Nov-2006 13:38
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This sounds like a call setup issue (RNC related) please call your service provider and log a job with the area you live in



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  Reply # 51226 6-Nov-2006 14:32
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It happens infrequently, and all over wellington.

And it's not going through a PABX, I'm on a YouChoose personal contract.

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Reply # 51255 6-Nov-2006 15:44
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Torque: It happens infrequently, and all over wellington.

And it's not going through a PABX, I'm on a YouChoose personal contract.


Does it happen with SIM in another handset

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