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iPhone 4 dropped calles - network or phone at fault??


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Today wasn't a good day in iPhone 4 ownership. I really want to like this phone.

I had about 6 random calls drop on me and accidentally muted 3 others by clicking the mute button with my cheek.

So....

Is it AT&T?
Is it the iPhone 4 hardware?
Is it the software?

Should I return it for another iPhone 4? Downgrade to 3Gs? Or... gasp... switch to a different ATT phone? (I'm on an ATT corporate account).
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I think it all depends on who you ask....
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There are TONS of threads on this 'issue'. Please be considerate and search the forums for them. It will save people a lot of time and bickering. Thanks.

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