+1 - Nice one Neotel...- so the two subs on your network must be happy as pigs in crap...lolWow I must really be the exception here because according to those stats, 1 out of every 100 or so calls of mine should be dropped, whereas I'd put the real figure at around 1 in every 10 calls is dropped. Today alone, on the Vodacom network I've had two dropped calls out of about fifteen and had to redial once because of a shocking connection...
That is also a possibility. I always recommend to my clients to keep the phone set on either 2G or 3G only modes...but not on dual mode. I have found this can hep prevent the phone from making a switch mid call and then dropping it. I personally prefer 2G only as in many cases signal is a bit stronger and saves battery life.Perhaps the monkeys in your phone? I haven't had any dropped calls with Vodacom in 2012.
As a consumer I must admit that I couldn't give a rat's arse. I make calls to various service providers and I haven't found one to drop more than the other. They're equally crap...Just out of curiosity. Would it not be hard for us to know as users who actually dropped the call? If you are on Vodacom and talking to someone that is on MTN...and the call drops, how do you know which network actually dropped the call? Also, could this not give the impression that a lot of calls are actually being dropped...thinking that all calls that are dropped is caused by your own service provider, but in fact some are cause by the other persons service provider as well?
Friend off mine got a old plain phone. on voda, his drop calls are plenty. Further, on mtn to mtn, it does not exist.