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  1. #1
    Lorne Gibbs
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    I have a Nokia 6310i with Vodafone, over the past week my signal strength
    has been 1 bar, sometimes no service wherever I go, logged call with
    Vodafone, they sent me a new SIM card and this seems to have resolved the
    problem, can someone tell me what exactly would have been faulty with the
    original SIM card? Thanks.





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  2. #2
    Wumpus
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    Re: Faulty SIM?

    Lorne Gibbs wrote:
    > I have a Nokia 6310i with Vodafone, over the past week my signal strength
    > has been 1 bar, sometimes no service wherever I go, logged call with
    > Vodafone, they sent me a new SIM card and this seems to have resolved the
    > problem, can someone tell me what exactly would have been faulty with the
    > original SIM card? Thanks.


    Strange, maybe a fault in the key generation .. service sometimes gets
    rejected because authentication fails? I can't think of any other
    reason, SIM card has nothing to do with signal transmission strength.

    Wumpus




  3. #3
    John Dowd
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    Re: Faulty SIM?


    "Wumpus" <[email protected]!removethis!goliath.darktech.org> wrote in message
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    > Strange, maybe a fault in the key generation .. service sometimes gets
    > rejected because authentication fails? I can't think of any other
    > reason, SIM card has nothing to do with signal transmission strength.


    I had a similar probelm with my Vodafone last night, the signal dropped to
    zero, I did a manual network search and selected Vodafone and it came up 'No
    Access' tried it in anoter phone with the same results, when I tried it
    again this morning it worked fine.

    Strange bacause of friend of mine is on Vodafone and he's worked fine.

    John.








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