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Old 04-19-2014, 07:17 AM   #1
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I am always getting a message "Insufficient network coverage' when I want to open my browser in blackberry 8830 Verizon. Any help please!
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Based on the Vodacom coverage maps there is a lot of limitations depending on your location. Not much you can do except talk to other people and see who has the best coverage and switch. if none are good your out of luck in the area your in.
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I get this problem even in London where there are phone masts all round the area. I think possibly there are busy periods where too many people are already using the communication channels.
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Overloaded transport is an issue with a lot of carriers in a lot of areas
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