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at my house even in the same spot it shoots back and forth constantly between 1-4 bars, mostly full but constantly going back and forth?
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Chances are someone is intercepting the signal from your phone and renting out the line when it's not in use. They call this ghost flanking.
Lol, you guys are so funny.
or it could be inferior wind network.
Instructions for the $55- 5 Gb sk/mb Koodo plan, get it anywhere in Canada!!:
Latest phones used:Oneplus One, LG G2, Alcatel OneTouch Idol x, Lg G2 Dropped cracked screen bent motherboard, Nexus 5 sold, Lg G Flex Son's, Nexus 5 wife's , HTC One sold, Nexus 4 LTE sold , LG optimus 4x sold, Samsung Galaxy s4 Daughter's.
Where i couldn't talk with the One S in my computer room, dining room, hallway of first floor of my house is now no issues to do so at all! My wife's blackberry has the same signal as the Gnex so it is better then the One S it is definitely not better then the Gnex.
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I've tried with 3 different phones (Blackberry 9300, 9700 and Galaxy Nexus) and have had similar results.
Constantly fluctuating from SOS, 1 bar to full bars.
Luckily it's not my main phone. But I'm still paying $29/month, so it's incredibly frustrating.
Materials in the roofing of your house are making the weak signal weaker. Also your distance from a tower might be too great.
well i returned the phone since i was under the 14 days and 30min. i am not a heavy user but i rely on my phone to at least receive calls when i get them. if i had an expensive plan with rogers i may have stuck with wind but since i have a decent heavily credited retention plan ill ride it out until the contract ends. at that point wind should be much better(i hope!) and i can port my # over. wind may not offer the crazy deals they do now but i am sure it will still be better than what rogers offers so its a win-win. who knows, maybe come xmas time they will offer something better and ill try them out again at that point.