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Topic # 64248 12-Jul-2010 08:07
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Hi, my dad has a Nokia 5110, he has mentioned that 2D tend to have a bit more disconnections whilst on a phonecall than when he was with Vodafone. 


Any comments to the truth?
He's based in Wellington.



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  Reply # 350098 12-Jul-2010 09:41
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I haven't yet been disconnected while using the phone on 2degrees.

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  Reply # 350134 12-Jul-2010 10:23
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probably more related to a phone fault than anything 2D. it is a pretty old phone.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 350221 12-Jul-2010 12:51

I have the same issue, calling 2d-2d but generally its alright.

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  Reply # 350529 13-Jul-2010 10:09
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I've had problems with an old Ericsson T28 and T39m, most of the time they don't connect to the right network properly, the screen says "SOS calls only". But that was months ago, I haven't tried them recently.

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  Reply # 350532 13-Jul-2010 10:20

Most phones are at least 3 years old so these types of issues shouldn't happen any more...

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