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  1. Bob Dobalina

    Bob Dobalina Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    What is the opinion on the comparison of signal strength? I am a tech junkie. My last Verizon phone had spotty coverage in my house for some reason. I live in a major California area. My current DInc coverage is MUCH worse at my same primary location. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS PHONE OTHERWISE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

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  2. howarmat

    howarmat Well-Known Member

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    for me its the same as my storm 2 bascially
     
  3. Reddog80p

    Reddog80p Well-Known Member

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    I get 3 bars the majority of the time. I do notice that my signal bar will go from 3 bars to 2 bars by simply picking up my phone. It's most likely a software issue. The call quality remains very good.
     
  4. destardi

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    Bob, try calling Verizon or taking it back to the store and ask them to update the PRL to a "hybrid" PRL.

    That's what worked for me; it will use alltel towers as well as verizon towers. (Yes, Alltel in some places was much better than Verizon; the towers around me have not been fully converted yet so PRL was only polling Verizon towers).
     
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    you CANNOT go by the bars, they are jumping around way to much

    settings>about phone>network

    look at the strength there, anything in th -50 to -80 range is pretty good IMO....-50 being the best you can get i think
     

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