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RayS · 3 days ago
Since day one, I have had connectivity issues, then the issue started of not hearing anyone if I answer a call or make a call. Found out that my phone has defective hardware and that was through inputting the s/n on Apple's site. Went to that Apple store, tech acknowledged phone indeed has a s/n that has defective hardware, however he would NOT replace my phone, yes it was in warranty, but he would be more than glad to sell me an extended warranty. Thankfully this will be my last smartphone.
Connectivity Issues I’ve Never Experienced!
Atlanta Girl · 6 days ago
I’ve been with Verizon since 2014 and have NEVER had connectivity issues until I took advantage of switching from my iPhone 11 to a 5G iPhone 12, with a reduced device payment. I’ve lived in the same place since 2012. I’m not sure if it’s the 5G or if the problem lies with the iPhone 12, but there are times where I’m completely without bars in my neighborhood! I asked a Cust Svc rep, if I’m within 1 mile of a 5G tower, how can I be experiencing these issues?! He stated it’s possible I’m too close to the tower…Ugh! I’ve been in a store down the street from my home, with my 15yr old niece, who’s also with Verizon, but has an iPhone 6 and she was able to make calls even though I had no signal for nearly 20 mins! Turns out that I have to power cycle the phone on a regular basis in order for it to remain connected to the network, but only in certain areas. With all of the issues I’ve had, I am adding another line to my acct and yes, that individual still want the iPhone 12. Go figure…smh.