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Old July 25th, 2011, 11:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
KaylaSaetern
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The same exact thing is happening to me. I called in and replaced my last phone with the same phone, but new. Now it's happening again and I haven't even had my new phone for a month. T-Mobile says it isn't listed as a manufacturing problem, so they won't do anything but replace it for a little fee, which I don't want to do again unless I have to. If it's really not a manufacturing problem, I really want to figure out what I'm doing wrong because it's frustrating.
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