This is pretty much ridiculous.
I Have a Galaxy S5.
I work in zip code 74501.
every time I dial a number I'm asked to renter the ten digit number I'm dialing.
i talked to what you regard as tech support and they say it's because I'm roaming.
my other coworkers who are Verizon customers don't have that error.
it befuddles me that a communication technology ggiant like Verizon can not develope and implement a fix for this.
this doesn't make me confident in remaining with Verizon
Seriously, what's the solution?
That is definitely odd and we want to ensure that your service and device are working as they should. Reviewing the area, it would definitely be an extended network and may have some challenges. Have you been in this location before without this occurring? Do your coworkers have similar devices to you? What model of device are we working with? Are calls still going through ok?
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This is an ongoing issue that I'm sick of dealing with. There are three
others who have no issues, all of us with Verizon Galaxy S5. I'm the only
one having to redial every number. One of your tech people, months ago said
it was because of the extended network. Why am I the only one dealing with
Why can't a giant Luke Verizon have better roaming agreements where this
On May 30, 2015 12:45 PM, "Verizon Wireless Customer Support" <
Could be as simple as replacing the SIM card for free at a Verizon Corporate store, or waiting 10 days via FedEx by calling Verizon or ordering a free SIM from My Verizon online.
Does your phone say you are roaming or in an extended network?
You can try a number of things, but the tech department may have already suggested them; resetting network settings? removing sim card and replacing? Doing an entire settings reset?
If you're in an extended network area you're not on Verizon towers, you're on another carriers (still included in your plan, not extra charge) but I can't help but wonder if that's why. What happens when you travel to a different area where you aren't on an extended network?