I find the issue that your signal is weak in Port Perry. It shows that there is just one Rogers tower nearby but bell got 3 towers in the town core. You can try to switch your network to Fido-EXT in order to use Bell's tower. But keep in mind, when you use your EXT data more than 50% data in your plan, then Fido will block you and you cannot use EXT network anymore until next billing cycle.
No that’s not the problem!! I still have lots of data cause I can use it in Peterborough with out wifi it’s when I go into port perry it stops working !!!! I still have data
@Nicole1995 it could be that when you are in Peterborough you are connected to a Rogers/Fido tower so it works but when you go into Port Perry it connects to the Extended Network and it could be that you have been on the Extended Network for too long so your line got restricted, that can explain why it used to work but recently stopped.
You can call Fido and they can check if your line got restricted.
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Are you unable to use data everywhere in Port Perry or only at your place of work? Are you able to use other services (ie voice and messaging) while in Port Perry? Have you tried to enable data roaming?
If you were using extended coverage (Fido-EXT) while in Port Perry and you're still able to make/receive calls or send/receive messages, it's unlikely access to Fido-EXT has been restricted. Since Fido-EXT is technically roaming on another network, roaming data would need to be enabled for data usage. Is it possible your phone previously had roaming data enabled but has now been disabled?
On the other hand, if you were previously connecting to the Fido/Rogers cellular towers (ie not extended coverage), it's possible there's increased interference (possibly new building) between your location and the cellular tower(s). I understand your phone might have shown full signal, however, are you able to ascertain to which network your phone was connected? For example, full signal on the 2G network wouldn't be sufficient for adequate data transfer. It's also possible that reduced signal from the Fido/Rogers cellular towers (increased interference) has now forced your phone to connect to Fido-EXT. If this is the case, you might also consider enabling roaming data if your phone is now connecting to extended coverage.
Hope this helps 😀