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    Poor fluctuating signal strength

    Hi I love the galaxy s however I am currently on my third one, as each one has very poor signal strength. I am on T mobile UK and It's extremely rare that I receive a 3g signal, if I plug my sim card into my old nokia n95 then I receive a constant 3g signal. Plugging the card back in my galaxy there is no chance of getting 3g signal and the 2g signal fluctuates every few seconds.

    Is anyone else having these issues? As I said I have had two replacements so far from buymobiles.net and all 3 are the same.

    My current phone is on jf3.

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    must be ware you live, i live in hertfordshire and im on t mobile (jf3) and a rarely get just g , though it does tend to switch between h/3g sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrlacey View Post
    must be ware you live, i live in hertfordshire and im on t mobile (jf3) and a rarely get just g , though it does tend to switch between h/3g sometimes.
    other phones in my area get a constant 3g signal. I tried the kies updater but it t mobile hasn't released the new update yet. I going to try a different sim card today.it shouldn't make a difference but it is the only constant which hasn't changed between the 3g phones.

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