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I just move to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and where every one around me as perfect signal. i simply don't, i would call 611 to see about this issue but i can't as i have no signal, i am currently looking for a job so it is a major issue for me right now.
What can be done by Koodo, or should i just consider changing carrier??
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There is likely nothing wrong with the network, it's probably your phone. Pull the SIM card and the battery and often that solves the problem.
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i can't take the battery out. kits an iPhone!
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It could also be that they have old CDMA phones like old blackberry phones which run on the a CDMA network and newer phones run on HSPA.
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Still turn off phone, take out SIM card, wait a minute, and put it back in.

Coverage looks solid around Cape Breton, according to the map, but I know it's not 100% accurate and there are some spotty areas... do you know who the service providers are for the other people around you?
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Virgin, and they have no troubles,
i have reset and removed the SIM card but no difference, it doesn't even work at the university!
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Put your phone on airplane mode and then switch back. Guaranteed it's the phone and not the network.
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You can do a hard reset on the iPhone:
Press and hold the Home button and the Sleep button at the same time, until the Apple logo appears
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Can you check if 3G is enabled? If it's not then you won't be getting any service for sure.

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