Originally Posted by surfgrom04
The last time I talked with Verizon tech support (about 3 days ago) the person recommended that I install my SIM card into the phone and register it with the phone, even though I do not plan on using my phone abroad. Since I have done that the problem has not happened again! Could be chance, or could be the fix, but either way I'm happy right now. Could be something similar to the Micro SD card fix. I will post again if anything changes for me.
Hello there. I was just reading all the postings and thought maybe a bad contact was causing something wacked out. Then I thought the phone has SIM cards that store contacts on there too. THen I see you put the SIM card in and issues went away. Even though the SIM card is used for global, there is still a GSM network in the states. For anyone who deals with cell phones, whos to say that it tries the GSM first then the CDMA network or CDMA first then GSM. Only the VZW people know I bet. THose are my 2 cents.