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Topic # 55671 7-Jan-2010 22:38
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I've lived at my current Hillcrest address for the past 6 months and had full 3g and 2g coverage but from about a week or so ago, our coverage keeps cutting out. My phone seems to always be "searching" for coverage and then find it as full signil, then it drops to nothing again.... happening on both phones so i odn't think it's a phone issue.

What could be causing this?

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  Reply # 287953 7-Jan-2010 23:12
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Glenfield East has a new 3G cell by the G.A.S station on Chartwell wonder if this has something to do with it. Goes live very soon

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  Reply # 287956 7-Jan-2010 23:19
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Maybe, that is close by.... just weird we've lost coverage in the mean time :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 288151 8-Jan-2010 14:48
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Hillcrest 3G site now reset and issue resolved site did have a issue stats looking normal now

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  Reply # 288155 8-Jan-2010 14:54
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Ah great stuff, now showing full reception again, thanks :)

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  Reply # 288163 8-Jan-2010 15:07
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I did nothing still on holiday was just checking work emails

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  Reply # 288171 8-Jan-2010 15:19
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Take some credit will you? You are the informer... i'm very happy they fixed it though, was considering moving house over it hahaha

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