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Ok, I've had problems with my 8320 with regard to wifi ever since I go it a couple of weeks ago.
I've now managed to get the UMA signal at home which seems to mean the wifi signal is black rather than greyed out. I switched off the mobile network to check if I could browse and send emails over wifi and I could, great!
The problem I now have is that, when I get home I automatically get UMA which in turns means;
1) I cannot make outgoing calls at all
2) When I call my mobiel from my landline it rings, it get connected, but then disconnects within a couple of seconds.
1) Do I need UMA to be able to browse and send emails? If not, how can I disconnect so that I can browse, send/receive emails and ,make/receive calls?
2) If I do need UMA to to browse/send emails, do I need to take on a certain plan or use Orange as my ISP rather than my current ISP, Sky Broadband?
Any help would be appreciated.
I cannot make or receive phone calls