09-03-2008 05:54:30 AM
09-03-2008 06:16:03 AM
Yeah same up here in NH, well we don't have 3G yet, my edge is down. it's also down on my old 2g that my mom has.
09-03-2008 06:28:35 AM
09-03-2008 06:30:33 AM
Try Safari I think the entire North East is down (iPhone internet)
Yeah same up here in NH, well we don't have 3G yet, my edge is down. it's also down on my old 2g that my mom has.In Manchester, NH the Edge network is working fine. I have 5 bars and I just made a test call that connected with no delays.I can tell you that even with my iPhone staying in the same place on my desk, the # of bars can fluctuate from 3 to 5 bars. I assume that this is because the cell tower's transmission signal strength fluctuates throughout the day as increased call volume forces it to split its signal strength across more phones accessing the tower.This tells me that the tower(s) that serve Manchester, NH may need to upgraded to meet demand by adding additional capacity in the next several months to a year.
09-03-2008 06:59:41 AM - edited 09-03-2008 07:00:44 AM
Message Edited by xinlu8439 on 09-03-2008 07:00:44 AM
09-03-2008 08:16:21 AM
If my wife switches to wifi, she can get her emails and surf the net.
EDGE is definitely down and it's been quite a while.
09-03-2008 08:24:59 AM
Thanks for posting this - saved me a few hours on the phone with AT&T. I'm in Long Island, NY - 5 bars both Edge and 3G with no Internet access. SMS still works.
09-03-2008 08:42:02 AM - edited 09-03-2008 08:44:15 AM
WAIT: Never mind I just lost it again. I do have SMS/Voice though.
Message Edited by Sykedamagician on 09-03-2008 08:44:15 AM
09-03-2008 08:14:55 PM
09-03-2008 09:06:32 PM
I talked to AT&T twice already and performed three different resets on my iPhone that worked for a while. First they had me turn the phone off and leave it off for about 10 seconds before turning it back on. When you turn it back on it is supposed to download some update or something. That worked in Albany but had the problem again in NY. Tried turning the phone off and back on again and this time it didn't work. When I got to Illinois I called AT&T again and this time talked to an Apple rep. He had me go into settings and switch to airplane mode for a few seconds and then switch it back off. When this didn't work he had me go into settings again and reset my network settings. The only thing you lose when you do this is the passwords to any WiFi networks you had previously stored passwords for. Both of these resets completely remove the iPhone from the AT&T network briefly and then reconnect. The network reset worked for a while, but then I was having the same problems again!
AT&T and/or Apple need to fix this problem ASAP!!! I'll be asking for some kind of credit on my next bill and recommend everyone else to do the same. This is extremely frustrating to say the least. This doesn't make the iPhone very attractive to businesses that were considering switching from RIM Blackberry's to iPhones.