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Topic # 31341 13-Mar-2009 15:34
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Hey there,

Is there anything that could be causing a Samsung i325 to be delaying a phone call from connecting through?

For example, you make a call (hear the connect tone) and you have to wait about 20 seconds before it actually starts ringing. In that 20 seconds its just silent.

Any ideas would be appreciated :-)

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  Reply # 201060 13-Mar-2009 16:14
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you mean after you dial a number and hear the little telecom tone there is silence until you hear the ringing tone?
If that is what you are talking about then that is normal - especially if calling from Telecom to a Vodafone number.
I get the same thing on my old Samsung W531 - prob not 20 secs though - more like 10 secs. Also get it on a LL when calling a voda number



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  Reply # 201068 13-Mar-2009 16:47
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Hey there,

yes, that was what I meant!

I know it's quite common because my Sanyo and Blackberry both do it but this Global was particularly long and the customer using it was initially hanging up because he was waiting but nothing was happening until he realised that if he stayed on the line for a while (litterally 20-30 seconds - I timed it) then the call went through.

I have tried taking the battery out and checking all of the settings but no joy :(

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