I've got good signal at my office (2-3 bars), but last week, I started having my calls dropped. Very frustrating as I'm using this phone for business. iPhone 6. Anyone else having this problem? I haven't had this problem over the past year, but last week and today, it seems to be getting quite a bit worse.
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I have an iPhone 5SE and it has been dropping calls since Friday November 6 when I did a system upgrade on my phone. It is EXTREMELY annoying. How can this problem get solved? Do I have to change service providers to keep up with iPhone software?
I do not want to use 'data only' or have to even be thinking about that. I just want to make a clear call where and when I need to.
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There are a whole host of reasons why phones might drop calls, including cellular reception. Your issue might not be the same as the OP. As a starting step, you might consider some of the suggestions provided:
I do understand those articles might not relate to your phone model in particular, however, the information might still be helpful. Since your issue started after the system upgrade, it's possible you might need to also update the network settings and/or carrier settings.
Hope this helps 😀
I suddenly stopped receiving visual voicemail messages. Fido technicians ( ie Rogers) have no clue how to activate this and completely deny it's existence. Did you manage to restore yours, if yes, kindly advise how. Thanks!
For Wi-Fi calling, it's currently supported on the following Android devices and they must be purchased from Fido:
- LG G4 (must be on Android 6.0 or above)
- LG G5 (must be on Android 6.0.1 or above)
- LG G6 (must be on Android 6.0 or above)
- Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge (must be on Android 6.0.1 or above)
- Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (must be on Android 6.0.1 or above)
- Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+
At the moment, it's not available on non-Fido Androids, or Blackberry devices.
In terms of the voicemail and the ring delay, I'll send you a PM!