I just noticed today that all my text message timestamps were 4 hours in the past of the actual time (a 4pm text would be stamped as noon).
After googling, I have found that this is due to Fido/Rogers using non-standard timestamps, and does not only effect Windows Phones. In fact it looks like a common problem that's annoyed countless customers already:
So. When is Fido fixing this?
Constantly broken timestamps are not something I will put up with, and I'd gladly switch carriers to use a network that doesn't try to do its own little thing that's incompatible with the rest of the world.
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I have the exact same problem on a Windows Phone 7 device. I've looked around for a solution and none of them are promising. I'm on Fido on a month-to-month and have an unlocked phone -- switching would not be a problem.