11-02-2013 2:25 PM
Does AT&T move customers to a weaker network after a period of time? It feels like I've completely switched providers because now if I'm not standing on top of a cell tower I have NO SERVICE. I travel constantly and depend on my wireless to be functional for many reasons. Very disappointing. This is sudden, unexpected and happening in places I've frequently spent time using my phone with no prior issues.
- edited 09-01-2016 11:46 AM by Lingoes
I'm sorry to hear about your recent coverage issues. Do you have a smartphone? If so, you can download AT&T's Mark the Spot app to report the problem areas. For more information about the app and how to download it, please click on the link below.
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11-04-2013 11:24 AM
11-04-2013 10:54 PM
11-07-2013 8:17 AM
I FIXED THIS ISSUE... I realized the signal got really bad (now 3 weeks ago) at the same time I changed my phone case.
If anyone else happens to read this, including employees because it will help you troubleshoot with other users: Metal cases will impede signal strength. Didn't even think of that as my last two cases were metal-looking plastic. I guess this one is different. I took the case off and my signal is back to normal.
11-07-2013 10:26 AM
I'm glad to hear it was such a simple fix!
Let us know if there's anything else we can help you with, and I hope we continue to see you around the forums!