I've been experiencing this issue for a few months now, but lately it's gotten worse.
When I'm at home my phone won't ring, and calls divert to voicemail after hanging for 10-20 seconds. I get at least 1-2 bars of service where I am, and am in a straight line about 1.5k's from the nearest tower. I do live in a semi rural area, however its reasonably built up and my partner has an iPhone and doesn't seem to have the same issue.
Yesterday I swapped sims in a store, thinking that might be the issue, but nope still happening. I've also disabled wifi calling thinking that might be the issue, as it only seems to happen to other iPhone users calling which is weird.
The other thing to note, sometimes when I make outbound calls (or when people call me), there is a long single beep prior to the line actually ringing (kind of like the noise you get when you dial an international number).
Any help would be appreciated.
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Where you saying "hanging" do you mean the handset rings or there is a silent delay on the side of the person calling you?
The first thing to do is a Network Reset and reboot.
Please can you advise after that.
It does sound like the phone's receiver could be faulty.
Sorry yes theres just dead silence for the other person then it goes through the message bank. If they persist and ring back a few times it will eventually connect through.
I will do a network reset when i get home and see if that sorts it out.
That delay is the network searching all over Australia as there was no "page response" in the last location the phone had been logged on to. This is because people go interstate.
Having searched, and your phone did not respond back to the network, it then does an Unreachable 62 divert to voicemail.
If another mobile has the same issue, it's a coverage issue.
If another mobile does not have the issue, it's a handset problem which I suspect at this stage.