1. AC Question's Avatar
    I am being told I don't get phone calls so I tested myself, with phone on the same spot some calls come thru some do not. I started to check if the signal is consistent and what's the level so i learned phone was showing signal between - 103 to - 113 dBm.
    I swap the SIM with another Verizon SIM one and this shows -93 dBm on the VERY same spot. The other phone shows the same -103 to -113 dBm signal strength.
    How could the SIM influence the signal strength?
    Has anybody run into this issue? Is this a verizon issue due to the weak signal?
    Thanks
    11-14-2015 06:26 PM
  2. Raptor007's Avatar
    So you swapped the SIM cards and the new SIM was getting better reception. That one I haven't seen before, but it could be a programming issue with the SIM or the phone wasn't get the right programming itself. Odd none the less, but given its a Nexus phone that Verizon didn't sell directly to you they won't stand behind it or guarantee it.
    11-14-2015 08:35 PM

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