08-22-2021 01:01 PM
08-22-2021 03:27 PM
That typically would mean you're in an area with quite poor signal. Either a fair distance from a tower or you've got something environmental causing interference like being in a basement or a structure with a lot of metal in it. My iPhone 12 hasn't been dropping calls at all. Do you experience the problem in mainly one location like at home, or is it happening in multiple locations? Do you have wifi calling enabled as well?
08-23-2021 07:15 AM
12-02-2021 06:22 PM
i'm having the same issue with my Pixel5. for a number of months calls are dropping and getting worse. I have issues connecting to the network in places i never had problems in before.
01-24-2022 11:33 AM
Then I recommend enabling Wi-Fi calling. It should at least help when at home.
BTW, I expect cellular signals are not static, and may be adjusted as time goes on. This means you may see a change in reception with time.
01-23-2022 05:09 PM
Constant problem over last few months. iPhone is basically useless at this point. I went through all the same steps as you did and then Telus told me that it is an apple and Telus issue and should be fixed with next update. Not sure how much more patient I'll be before changing carriers