Network on EDGE?

irainbow_chic

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So I have AT&T and we have had 3G always and I've had 2G for days now. Should I call them? I've heard a few other customers say the same thing?... I remember a rumor back on here that they might slow unlimited? Relevance


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iphonewarrior

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If you are experiencing problems with your network coverage then I would speak to my our network provider. A cell-tower may be down for maintenance, that could be why you're experiencing non-3G speeds.
 
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I don't think their version of throttling would include disallowing you to connect to 3G towers.
 

rambo47

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So I have AT&T and we have had 3G always and I've had 2G for days now. Should I call them? I've heard a few other customers say the same thing?... I remember a rumor back on here that they might slow unlimited? Relevance

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What's your current data usage for the month?
 

psylichon

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Bennyboy

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I've been seen edge pop in a lot lately, putting my phone on airplane mode for few seconds brings back 3G. I don't know why is doing this.
 

besweeet

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The iPhone's baseband and all that isn't too great IMO. My phone will occasionally be on EDGE when switching towers, and then pop back onto 3G.
 

irainbow_chic

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I feel so blonde.. My 3G wasn't enabled. Not really sure how that happened. Whew. Sorry for the delayed reply.


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