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Old 10-21-2010, 11:21 PM
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Received Sprint roaming too much letter

Been roaming only now on my phone for over a year, finally received the letter from Sprint stating they will drop me if I don't change my usage. Not really sure what to do, in my area if I have the phone set to 'auto' it doesn't work at all in my house and in a 5 miles radius around my house.

Any modifications out there that will somehow increase the reception on my phone?

I'm running a stock rom.
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Old 10-22-2010, 02:09 PM
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Re: Received Sprint roaming too much letter

Ducati,

you can ask for the sprint femto cell (AIRAVE). It acts as a mini tower in your house and connects to sprint n/w through broadband.
Some folks have convinced sprint to give it to them for free (both initial cost and monthly charges) if they can prove they have a genuine coverage problem at home.
This will atleast help you get on the sprint network for all calls from your home.
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Old 10-28-2010, 06:38 PM
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Re: Received Sprint roaming too much letter

You can try the latest radio, but it doesn't mean it will make the reception better. And do you update the PRL regularly? And the best will be the Airave, but you need broadband internet for it to work.
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Re: Received Sprint roaming too much letter

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Ducati,

you can ask for the sprint femto cell (AIRAVE). It acts as a mini tower in your house and connects to sprint n/w through broadband.
Some folks have convinced sprint to give it to them for free (both initial cost and monthly charges) if they can prove they have a genuine coverage problem at home.
This will atleast help you get on the sprint network for all calls from your home.
+1 on the Airave. I moved and have poor coverage in a 2 mile radius. Called a few times and got a Free Airave with no Monthly charge.

Though it seems you may have disappeared?
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