on 22-10-2008 11:33
That is interesting - mine is a iPhone 3G too. Can you provide a bit of detail so maybe we can narrow down the issue?
It would be helpful to know how long the delays are..
Is it intmittent? - how many consecutive calls to the iPhone will fail.
Does it occur on Landlines only / mobiles only or both?
Who is the landline telephone provider? BT, TalkTalk etc..
Does it occur from other landline numbers calling the iPhone?
if the iPhone has a ported number - if so which Mobile network originally?
if the iPhone was in poor reception area
if it occurs only when the iPhone is in a particular cell
Thanks for responding Maxine! at least I know it isn't just me.
It happens on all my calls when people are ringing me,some off my calls have been going to O2 voicemail when its swtiched on with full 3G signal, also it is when both mobiles and landlines trying to ring me, most of the calls who phone me are Orange,O2,T-mobile,Vodafone,BT, Virgin and talk talk, i've never imported a number form another network to O2, also in a great area for signal. Hope that helps.
on 22-10-2008 11:39
on 22-10-2008 20:39
Mine dooes not have a delay when it goes to voicemailjust when it rings not a much of a lengthy time about 3 seconds till my ringtone starts but vibrates
mm..I'd regard 3 seconds as normal. I am talking 40 seconds +, sometimes 2 minutes..
on 22-10-2008 21:03
on 27-10-2008 13:00
This is clearly a network issue...and I am guessing that ported numbers is a contributing factor.
on 26-10-2014 18:30
Had this problem for a while and I think I've just solved it by deleting my TUGO app. on my tablet. I noticed it was ringing when my phone wasn't, so am assuming the traffic goes through this route first. I may be wrong but my phone is working fine now.
on 26-10-2014 18:36
Glad you sorted it but this thread is six years old before TuGo came out