Replies posted by tml1138
My gateway has a warning message: “modem storage overload”. Is there a way of fixing that short of resetting the gateway? https://www.t-mobile.com/support/public-files/attachments/T-Mobile%20High-Speed%20Internet%20Gateway%20End%20User%20Guide.pdf , page 43: ModemStorageOverload - Warning - Reset, power cycle, or factory reset the device. Maybe too many devices on the gateway? I got this message with *zero* devices on the gateway.. and the only information in the user guide is to “restart the router”? What kind of nonsense is that???
The please feel free to run right over to AT&T and port out. You've been complaining about this for as far back as I can remember (going back to when I worked there). If they were going to change it by now they would have.
klassicdior wrote: i already said i know the reason why they originally implemented it. But honestly it is 2017. Plenty of other companies have left that behind and you can be on the phone for way more than over 4 hours . my question was when is tmobile going to do something about it, because i clearly know it's a carrier setting so only the carrier can update this .... Really?!?! Like who? Because I just ported OUT from Verizon and they cut off calls at two hours almost to the second.
"unlimited" for calls means "unlimited total talk time" not "unlimited call length".There isn't a way to increase that time but there is a reason it does that. It's fail-safe to help prevent the phone from staying on during an unintentional "pocket dial."The GSM systems are built this way on purpose.
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