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Topic # 26281 17-Sep-2008 11:12
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Any opinions?
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  Reply # 165043 17-Sep-2008 11:16
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no.

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  Reply # 165052 17-Sep-2008 11:42
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+1 you're never going to get anything out of Vodafone for software issues on the iPhone.

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  Reply # 165057 17-Sep-2008 11:49
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Did the dropped calls happen much before the update to 2.1 was released by apple

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  Reply # 165076 17-Sep-2008 12:56
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Surely your gripe should be with Apple for selling a defective product?

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  Reply # 165081 17-Sep-2008 13:09
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If it was purchased from Vodafone, the warranty would be with them, like it is with all the other phones that they retail.






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  Reply # 165152 17-Sep-2008 18:58
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Johnr: yes much better since update to 2.1
Apparently one of the problems it fixes is dropped calls/crashes/reception difficulties.

Worth putting it out there anyways! :)

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  Reply # 165635 19-Sep-2008 14:11
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I keep hearing that updates will fix the dropped calls issue but mine never gets better.  I try to have 3G turned of as much as possible as the phone wont hold a call longer than 30 seconds or so on 3G. Have returned it to VF and got another iPhone and it does the same.  I have a N95 and it does the same.  I feel its a VF issue but they will never own up to it, they just keep saying 3G is very week on the Ponsonby area. So who knows hopefully one day 3G will work.  I have given up moaning about it and just have it switched off unless trying to surf the net but even then its fairly tempermental.

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