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Any one else with no signal this morning?

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NOrmally have full signal at work, but this morning I haven't got a thing. Anyone else with a problem this morning?

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I lost my T-mobile signal in central London and had to do a reboot. It then kicked in.

Curiously, I also have an Orange mobile (6233 Nokia) that is a 3G phone and that stopped working today too. I have had to switch off 3G to get it to work. I contacted Orange and they tested that the problem lay when I was using "dual mode".

Wonder if there is something up?

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Tried a reboot, no joy

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Got a full signal here in sunny Knutsford.

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You're not too far away Phil, I'm in (also sunny) Congleton. Like I say usually a solid full signal, but not today!

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You're not too far away Phil, I'm in (also sunny) Congleton. Like I say usually a solid full signal, but not today!

Your 'radio' is definitely turned on? Have you tried restarting the phone?

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Yep, everthing as normal. 3 other T-Mob users in the same boat here, so it's definitely a network issue

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Had no probs in Bolton/Salford today.

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Had an email from T-Mobile this morning saying that a transmitter was out of action, but should now be ok.

Wait until I tell them about the hassle I'm having at home!

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