whewn i had fido i had the same problems with my motorola v60i n i ended uyp having to get it fixed cuz there waz sumthing worng with it...i dunt think there is an option on nokia to restrict calls to only 1 hours or sumthing so maybe the phone is defective
could it be a restriction if you(or they) were using one of those calling cards. I'm assuming here you were talking to a faraway loved one since it was christmas... If so, do those cards automatically disconnect the call after a specific time?
Certain calling cards will limit your call to 1 hour, possibly 2 depending on which company your using for 3rd party dialing. Fido used to have a restriction of 1 hour (not 2) and after this timeframe, it would cut you off. Although more talking = more money, it also could mean a consumer frustration since this is a safeguard in case the user has a candy bar style phone and accidentally dials out. Fido is the only company at this point, known to still enforce the limitation. I assume that since you were not using a calling card, the other party you were calling was using a Fido handset (Fido Service). It was probably their service which cut out, not yours. Rogers Wireless used to limit calls to 5 hours when governed under Rogers AT&T but have since removed this restriction.